There is not shortage of jobs or job types in Lancashire. Sometimes there are positions opening up in central government, perhaps at the Veterans Agency in Norcross, the Land Registery in Lytham or the National Health Services (NHS) Pensions Agency in Fleetwood. The healthcare sector has a fair amount of turnover, so one could explore the other NHS establishments scattered about, or Royal Preston Hospital, which tops the employee numbers list.
There are many active enterprises that constantly need new people. Often, job seekers look to Matalan, Booths, Tesco, Asda, Marks and Spencer, HSBC, as these are major employers. Co- operative Bank, in Skelmersdale, employs hundreds of people. Manufacturers include Turtle Wax, Synergy Health UK LTD, Tensar International, Eka Chemicals and Warburtons, to cite only a few. All of these businesses and the smaller service companies assisting their growth need entry level staff, clerical people, administrative workers and department heads.
Management positions are best sought after with good connections such as those an agency possesses. Many area businesses in Manchester, Lancashire, Bolton and other cities have received government grants and other schemes’ monies for expansion and hiring of new employees. The way to find out about such opportunities is to use a locally established, quality-based recruitment firm. Both the potential employee and the many companies needing staff turn to such firms. The agency will know of ongoing or new programmes, just as they understand which industries are receiving funding for new developments of properties and business centres. Daniel Adams prides itself on having developed long-standing professional business relationships with most Lancashire area companies.
This gives them, and therefor the candidate who uses their skills, a leg up on the competition. The interview each candidate to understand their workplace skills and future employment needs. In addition, they may provide key connections, private leads, proprietary employer database information and, key to many long-unemployed or retraining job seekers, training at writing a CV, cover letter, interviewing and other vital skills to capture that elusive perfect position. Take advantage of a recruiting firm, and come out ahead of the pack.