The national shortage of workers is being exacerbated as companies over-produce due to ‘no-deal’ Brexit fears. Berry Recruitment Group (BRG) says stockpiling in the last 12 months has led to more available work, especially in temporary positions.
A university student has been offered the possibility of a job in one of the country’s leading cyber security companies after impressing bosses during a work placement. Lucy Dalley spent a year with C3IA Solutions in Poole, Dorset, between the second and third year of her Cyber Security Management degree at Bournemouth University.
A lack of awareness about jobs in the recruitment industry means many people are missing out on a promising career path, a leading business has claimed. Lee Gamble, managing director of Berry Recruitment, said part of the reason is because there are no compulsory formal qualifications.
Berry Recruitment has appointed a highly experienced new manager at its growing branch in Kent. Jane Baran has worked in the industry across the county and London in a 20-year career.
The latest crop of apprentices at Dorset’s Wessex Group has graduated ready to embark on their careers within Wessex Electricals and Wessex Fire & Security.
Charitable housing association BCHA is celebrating the success of its second cohort of 23 graduates following the completion of the 12-week New Directions programme designed to identify routes into employment or further education. A graduation ceremony, also attended by employers and trainers, was held at The Factory, BCHA’s premises in Alder Hills, Poole, where the course was predominantly delivered. Already, … Read More
A leading cyber security company is calling for more women to enter the industry – after taking on a third year university student. Lucy Dalley is from the first intake of students to go through Bournemouth University’s cyber security management degree course and has joined C3IA Solutions for the year.
After spending two weeks on work experience at Yellow Buses, Elton Musson was offered a full-time job – and he now has been with the company for 30 years.
Businesses are missing out on the best staff because they are taking too long making decisions, Berry Recruitment Group has warned.
Bus driver Laurie Blewer has notched up a remarkable 40 years’ service working for Yellow Buses – and he only joined for a temporary job. In that time the popular 69-year-old has driven approximately 865,000 miles around Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch and East Dorset. That is equivalent to driving 35 times around the earth.
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