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Caring in Bristol

We work in imaginative and creative ways with people experiencing or at risk of homelessness.

Locations
Bristol

Vacancies
1 Job in Bristol

Caring in Bristol is creating a city empowered to solve homelessness.

Bristol City Council

We offer a work environment which is fast moving and supportive, giving you the chance to use your skills and develop new ones within a high-profile organisation.

Locations
Bristol

Vacancies
18 Jobs in Bristol

Bristol has 34 wards, electing a total of 70 councillors.

Bristol Waste Company

We are your local recycling, waste collection and street cleansing company, we also run the recycling centres in the city.

Locations
Bristol

Vacancies
2 Jobs in Bristol

We make 17 million scheduled collections every year.

University of Bristol

We are a red brick Russell Group research university in Bristol, England.

Locations
Bristol

Vacancies
14 Jobs in Bristol

The University of Bristol received its royal charter in 1909, although it can trace its roots to a Merchant Venturers' school founded in 1595.

Unite Students

We are UK`s largest provider of purpose-built student accommodation.

Locations
Bristol

Vacancies
3 Jobs in Bristol

You can find us in 23 leading university towns and cities, with over 70,000 students calling US home.

Brandon Trust

We are an independent charity, supporting around 1,600 children, young people and adults with a learning disability, autism or both.

Locations
Bristol

Vacancies
6 Jobs in Bristol

Formed in 1994 by the merger of the Buttress Trust and the South Avon Housing Association.

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Embracing change: Why 2024 is the best year for a tech career transition

The rapid pace of technological advancements is reshaping industries and creating a demand for skilled professionals. Emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, and the Internet of Things are no longer on the horizon – they are here, and here to stay. Companies are actively s...

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UK small businesses report highest confidence since Covid – 80% expect to hit profit targets in 2024

Small businesses are shrugging off high interest rate anxiety to report the highest levels of confidence in their outlook since 2021’s lockdowns, shows the new Owner Managed Business Pulse Survey* by Moore UK, the leading accountancy network.

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Three in ten employees avoid the office because of their boss

Three in ten employees with hybrid working options say their manager or boss being in the office puts them off from coming in more regularly, according to new research from beyond.

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Recruiter explains why January remains the busiest month for jobs

Specialist logistics recruiter, Innovate Talent, shares its expertise as to why January remains the busiest month for recruitment and how businesses are missing a trick if they aren’t already tapping into the market.

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The must-have employee benefits of 2024

Employers head into 2024 still struggling to retain and recruit staff. Benefits are the most cost-effective way to achieve this.

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Affordability and flexibility top the list of requirements from a wellbeing programme

Affordability and flexibility are the most important factors for employers in terms of implementing a health and wellbeing support programme, according to research from Towergate Health & Protection.

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Minimum wage rise ‘must not lead to poor treatment of workers‘

Businesses and their suppliers will be put under extra strain with the steep rise of the national living wage from 1 April, but this must not result in workers being treated poorly, a key recruitment body spokesman has warned.

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Skills crisis report shows that Gen Z quitting jobs is causing headaches for HR managers

Nearly two-thirds (60%) of talent managers across Europe claim that the high turnover of young people leaving their jobs and the inability to find people with the right experience and skills to replace them is their biggest barrier to solving the skills shortage, according to the 2023 Global State o...

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Third sector under pressure as more than half of employees leave in search of higher paid jobs

Over half (56 per cent) of employees working in charities, social enterprises and not-for-profit organisations have left the sector in search of higher paid jobs in other industries, new research from Endsleigh reveals.

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Top benefits to attract workers revealed

As seasonal recruitment ramps up, new research reveals the top benefits that motivate shift workers across sectors such as hospitality, retail and logistics to change jobs.

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One in five would use extra day to volunteer if working a four-day week

The research released by Hays, which received over 11,800 responses, found that close to a third (31%) believe the four-day week could have a beneficial impact on the environment. Other perceived benefits of this way of working include improved employee health and wellbeing (89%) and improved organi...

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Three in five would not work for company that doesn’t share values

Nearly three in five (58%) workers would not work for a company that does not share the same values as them – and not even a pay rise would change the minds of 53%, research by LinkedIn has found.

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