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Catch up with the latest North Wales jobs news and recruitment industry trends.

National Minimum Wage & Living Wage increases

19 March, 2019 APRIL will see another increase in the National Minimum Wage and Living Wage. Supertemps is encouraging clients and candidates to be aware of the changes. 

Recruitment success? Stand out from the crowd

16 May, 2018 Companies need to sell themselves better in order to attract the best talent and stand out from the crowd.

Working mothers increase by a quarter

11 May, 2018 ​The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) found more than three quarters of women aged 25-54 in the UK are in paid work, reaching a record high of 78% last year.

Businesses must be prepared for the April increase in minimum wage levels

12 March, 2018 The new National Minimum Wage/Living Wage rates come into effect next month, and Supertemps is urging employers to be ready for the changes.

A NEW website helps meet demand in IT and Executive Sectors

18 September, 2017 A NEW website will bring top employers and candidates together to meet a demand for recruits in the IT and executive job sectors.

Event: How to Attract and Retain Top Talent in 2017

23 January, 2017 In today’s competitive job marketplace how can you find the best people? How do you ensure they hear your company’s voice above your competitors? How does your organisation become a “talent magnet”?

Join us at 
Parc Menai Business Club on Wednesday 15th February 2017 to find out you need to know about attracting and retaining talent in 2017

Labour Market Lessons from 2016

19 January, 2017

Employers and employees both use the New Year as a time for reflection and many of you will be considering changes to your own working patterns in 2017 - whether it be taking on extra staff to grow your business or forging a brand new career. Regardless of which applies to you, it’s useful to have an understanding of the current jobs climate in order to make the best use of it, and very often, looking back is a great way to help us move forward. This week we take a look at some of the key happenings in the jobs market in 2016 and ask the question, how is 2017 shaping up for recruitment?

 

Press Release - Supertemps chosen to handle national recruitment drive for charity

17 November, 2016 Supertemps recruitment agency is handling a major recruitment drive for a national charity following its successful campaign to hire staff for a centre in Llandudno.

The labour market in North Wales is changing: digital working creates high-value job opportunities

02 September, 2016

Sian Williams, who heads up Supertemps Specialist division, was invited to deliver a presentation regarding high value and digital jobs at the closing ceremony of the Arloesi Gwynedd Wledig culture and language project Byw a Bod, at Pontio Bangor earlier this week.

That same day, the Specialist team who sponsor North Wales Technology events, to help raise the profile of IT and Tech job opportunities in the region, also spoke at the "Other Worldly Tech Talks" event also at Pontio.

Here’s a little snapshot of what Sian spoke about for those who missed it.

The 'Gig Economy' - the future of work in the UK?

24 August, 2016 The ever-increasing availability of high-speed internet connections, mobile computing devices and even smartphones more powerful than desktop computers have all contributed to more flexible working conditions in the 21st century. This trend has led to an increase in the number of people creating their own fully flexible  -career as a 'freelancer', working to their own hours, at their own speed and to their own productivity level. 
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