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84% of people want businesses to adopt flexible working

84% of people call for businesses to be more flexible with the working day One in seven admitted to leaving work early without telling their boss, even if work is incomplete 73% of managers say their team would be more productive if given an early finish   Flexible working is highly valued by UK workers. […]

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Draughtsperson – 2D and 3D

Location: Nr Poole Salary: to £25,500 doe Our client is looking for a Draughtsperson with 2/3 years experience to join their passionate and growing team. You will work alongside an established Design Engineering team and will be preparing 2D and 3D drawing and modelling. This role requires a pro active team player who is capable […]

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Buyer with costing exp

Location: East Dorset Salary: £Doe Aspire Jobs are working exclusively with our client from with the Manufacturing/Engineering sector and are now looking for an experienced Buyer to join their small team. The role will see you being a key member of a small effective team and being responsible for “on time” supply of parts, assemblies […]

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Digital Marketing Executive – 12 month FTC

Location: Bournemouth Salary: to £30k doe Are you an experienced Digital Marketer looking for a new role and opportunity?  Do you drive and have your own transport (you need to for this role!)? My client is now looking for someone with experience ideally within retail to join their team on a 12 month FTC.  This […]

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Exam Results: Recruiters have their say

In an eBoss exclusive, we asked businesses on the front line of recruitment whether exams still play a part in a candidate’s career prospects. This week, around 300,000 teenagers across England, Wales and Northern Ireland received their A and AS level exam results. While the overall passing rate remained fairly consistent with previous years, there […]

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Low-skilled labour supply down by a third in two years

The number of people applying for each role continues to fall – particularly for low-skilled roles – according to the latest Labour Market Outlook from the CIPD. Among 2,100 employers surveyed by the CIPD and Adecco, the median number of applications for low-skilled posts fell from 24 in 2017 to just 16 in June 2019. […]

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Wage growth fastest in 11 years

Wages are growing at their fastest rate for 11 years, according to official figures released today. The Office for National Statistics said that wage growth reached 3.9% for regular pay excluding bonuses in the year to June. Including bonuses, weekly earnings grew 3.7%. “It appears as though impending Brexit decisions are slowing down the economy […]

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Bid Manager

Location: Dorset Salary:  up to £65k base salary, 12% Sales Incentive Plan, £5k Car Allowance Our client is looking for a Bid Manager to assist in contributing to the ongoing growth of the company by leading and managing the execution of bids across the UK+ Region, which includes UK, Ireland, Nordics, Middle East, South Africa […]

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C# Net Device Application Software Engineer

Location : Poole Salary : to £50k doe  Role As our client grows, they have a need for a Device Application SW Engineer who will be primarily focused on supporting the introduction of new products for one of their product ranges. This role will involve working closely with other Embedded SW engineers locally and with […]

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Commercial Finance Manager

Location: Nr Bournemouth Salary: to £60k DOE Our client is rapidly growing and are now looking for a Commercial Finance Manager to join their H/O based near Bournemouth. This role is key to the long term strategic plans and associated projects which will impact on the future sales growth of the business.  As such you will play […]

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