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Supertemps and S2 Recruitment advice ahead of April job rule changes

EMPLOYERS and contractors will be showered with legislative demands this April. As well as increases to the National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage, new holiday pay entitlement for variable employment will hit the private sector this April. Add to that parental bereavement leave, and even rights ‘to a statement of particulars’ for staff on…

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Supertemps and JMW Solicitors host employment law events in North Wales

MORE than 100 people attended law seminars highlighting imminent changes to employment legislation. The free events were organised by Supertemps and JMW Solicitors and held at M-SParc on Anglesey and the OpTIC Technology Centre in St Asaph. The Supertemps group – which includes executive, IT and engineering arm S2 Recruitment – is celebrating 40 years…

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Supertemps on hand to support workers facing redundancy from plastics factory

A RECRUITER was on hand to support workers facing redundancy from a leading plastics business. Supertemps is confident they’ll be able to help employees from Marco Cable Management (MCM) in Llangefni find new jobs when the factory closes for the final time in the coming weeks. The company announced in October it would shut down…

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Supertemps warning for businesses ahead of UK wage increases this April

A NORTH WALES recruiter urged businesses to be prepared for increases to the National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage. Colwyn Bay and Bangor-based Supertemps – celebrating its 40th anniversary – warned clients and companies across the country they could face “serious repercussions” if they are not compliant ahead of the changes on April 1….

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Supertemps to celebrate 40 years in style with free events across 2020

A RECRUITER celebrating four decades in business has big ideas for the year ahead. 2019 was a memorable one for the team at North Wales recruitment firm, Supertemps. The Colwyn Bay and Anglesey-based group, which unveiled a new Bangor office just weeks ago, has taken on new staff in past months and grown its presence…

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Supertemps and S2 Recruitment unveil new Bangor office ahead of big birthday

RECRUITMENT leader Supertemps is celebrating Christmas early after unveiling its new Bangor office. Four staff will be based at the company’s Parc Menai site – business manager Vicki Armstrong-Smith, recruitment consultant Stephanie Yau-Jones, and recruitment resourcer Candice Chartrand. Kate Humphreys, senior recruitment consultant at S2 Recruitment – the executive, IT and engineering arm of the…

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Supertemps goes from strength to strength with new starters in Bangor and the Bay

SUPERTEMPS continues to go from strength to strength. The North Wales recruitment agency has welcomed new starters at its offices in Bangor and Colwyn Bay. Candice Chartrand joins the team as a resourcer, while Ami Jones – who previously worked for the company’s IT, executive and engineering arm, S2 Recruitment – returns as a senior…

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Supertemps boss says confusing job titles can harm recruitment process

CONFUSING and unfamiliar job titles can be a barrier between success and failure when attracting the best candidates.  Overly detailed advertisements, corporate jargon and lengthy descriptions mean would-be employees are often unsure what a job entails, let alone whether they fit the criteria. The issue also applies to the HR sector, with more and more…

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Business leaders to unite at Eisteddfod ahead of landmark Llandudno conference

INDUSTRY leaders and special guests will come together at the National Eisteddfod to begin the celebrations ahead of a decade of business leadership courses at Bangor University. Beginning in 2009 with LEAD Wales, the University has welcomed hundreds of company owners, managers and entrepreneurs onto European-funded qualifications, notably the popular ION and 20Twenty Business Growth…

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S2 Recruitment warns demand for skilled workers has never been higher

THE demand for skilled workers in a wide range of industries has never been higher. Across Britain there is a huge shortage in trained and experienced candidates to fill gaps in sectors including IT, technology, construction and engineering. These trends are mirrored in North Wales and across the border into Cheshire and the North West,…

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