As of the 1st April 2019, the NMW (National Minimum Wage) will be increased for all working people over the age of 25. Rates as of 1st April 2019: • (£8.21) per hour – 25 years old and over • (£7.70) per hour – 21-24 years old • (£6.15) per hour – 18-20 years old
We have recently been looking to focus on working closely within our local community by giving some of our time and support to events within local schools. We have been invited to attend a number of events organised by Boothroyd Primary School to provide support for parents who are looking to get back in to
We are proud to announce we are supporting Hanging Heaton Cricket & Bowling Club. Being our local club, as a family business we have been visiting the club for many years both for special occasions and sporting events over this time. We have been given the opportunity to support them further which includes advertising around
For about the last 4 years I was introduced to the Supply Chain Sustainability School. The school was introduced to me, at my previous employer, by one of their clients at the time, Lucy Hind of Covance Laboratories, FM Partner of the school. At this time the School had recently began and there were many
We have another member of staff this week, signed up for a Work Experience Student from St John Fishers Catholic 6th Form. Its another member of the family Molly Reid, currently completing A-Levels and hoping to progress to University in the future. She will be answering the office phone all week if you give us
As of the 1st April 2017, the NMW (National Minimum Wage) was increased for all working people over the age of 25. Current Rates: The rates from 1 April 2017 are: £7.50 per hour – 25 years old and over £7.05 per hour – 21-24 years old £5.60 per hour – 18-20 years old £4.05 per
We are really happy to welcome Mark and Graham to the team. Both specialising in their own areas of recruitment, they will contribute to the continuous growth of James Recruitment Services and help support the existing team, providing a great service to candidates and clients.
After having a frustrating 12 months, trying to restore and fix our website (Due to Hacking) it is now up and running. Please take a look at our vacancies if you are looking for work. If you require our services and assistance with any vacancies you have please get in touch either through our website,
Which Industries May Benefit from Brexit? The dust isn’t even settled after the shock referendum result in June, but already we’re seeing which industries and professions will lose out and which ones will gain as the UK finds its way in a new landscape. Here are four of the main winners in a post-Brexit world.