As this is Mental Health Awareness week we thought we would pull together some of our recent articles on wellbeing in the workplace.
According to MIND, 1 in 4 people will suffer from Mental Health issues. Although there has been no growth in that number over the past decade it does appear that the way people deal with it is getting worse. According to research, the instances of self-harming and suicide have increased.
This is recognised as a major societal issue but it is also an issue for employers. Mental health and wellbeing of employees is as important as their physical wellbeing. Many organisations provide subsidised gym membership for workers to encourage physical health. Not so many have addressed mental health.
At Just Recruitment we introduced Just Extra™ a voluntary benefits package for all our workers, including Temps. Part of this package includes access to on-line information regarding Mental health issues. It’s not a complete solution but it’s a start.
More importantly we foster a culture of openness and sharing, every employee has regular meetings with the HR professionals and their managers. We recognise that the our most valuable assets are our colleagues.
Local photographer and project coordinator worker Tony Wooderson is curating a very special exhibition this month. He explains how photography has helped addicts develop habits of mindfulness – Published: 3 April 2019 ...read more
As students around the country prepare for their final exams, Sophie Cole considers the fearful question of what happens next – Published: 15 April 2019 ...read more
Our resident agony uncle offers wisdom about your workplace woes. This time: how to help a colleague with mental illness – Published: 18 March 2019 ...read more
Each month, our resident agony uncle deals with your workplace concerns. This month, returning to work after a long sick leave – Published: 14 May 2019 ...read more
Each month our resident agony uncle reflects on your challenges. This time: how to cope when a colleague mocks your faith – Published: 25 April 2019 ...read more
|Salary:||£10.00 - £11.00 per hour|
Just Recruitment is recruiting for a goods in and despatch person with some QC experience on behalf of a company based in Colchester.
You will be responsible for booking in and booking out all deliveries for the company. Competent skills in use of computers and Excel is essential for this position.
To assist the two Production Managers with the coordination and control of all goods in and out process, for all departments. Excellent communication between departments is necessary.
|Sector:||Engineering and Manufacturing
|Salary:||£18,000 - £20,000 per annum|
Just Recruitment is looking for a Machine Operator/Assembler for a client based on the outskirts of Sudbury.
The role will involve the following skills:
In addition, candidates should be:
Monday to Friday 8am-4.30pm
20 days plus bank holidays
Standard gov pension scheme.
Just Recruitment is delighted to be representing a company based on the outskirts of Colchester, they are looking for a new member of the sales team.
Are you a driven sales person looking for a new business role?
Would you like to self manage your day, drive your own leads and develop new business?
Would you like to work in a role where you have autonomy?
The package offered includes a basic salary and commission, this is uncapped and the average sales person is earning in excess of £40k.
As well as a good financial package you will have 20 days holiday plus bank holidays, staff benefits, an excellent working environment and the opportunity to progress.
You will also have a fully expensed company car!
Your normal working hours will be Monday to Friday 9 - 5:30 but this role does require some travel and 1 night away away from home (Thursday night - fully expensed and meals included)
You must possess the following skills and attributes:
This is an excellent opportunity to build a successful career, its all about you!
Please note that due to the nature of the role and travel required you must have a full clean driving licence and be prepared to stay away from home 1 night a week (Thursday).
|Sector:||Accountancy, Banking and Finance
|Salary:||£19,000 - £23,000 per annum|
|Location:||Norfolk – Norwich
Our client, a leading independent accountancy firm are looking to recruit a Payroll Administrator to join their practice in Norfolk
This role may be suitable for you if you have previously been involved in the preparation of payrolls (ideally within a bureau environment) and if you have a keen interest in further developing your skills and becoming part of a busy payroll bureau.
The available position is working within the Business and Private Team in the payroll bureau, assisting with the processing of client payrolls which vary in frequency (weekly, monthly, 2/4 weekly) and in size (1 to 100+ employees).
You will have the opportunity to get involved in all aspects of the payroll function and will have the potential to progress with increased responsibility for clients. We are looking for a candidate with good communication skills, who enjoys working as part of a team, has the ability to organise their workload and an appetite for learning and development.
Addresses, discusses and advances conclusion in respect of technical and audit issues identified during the course of the audit
Controls the audit in relation to timescales, budgets and risk managements procedures
Provides feedback through regular communication and timely assignment appraisal
To be conserved for the role you will have: