the South job centre (also known as Jobcentre Plus) is a government agency whose purpose is to aid those of working age on welfare or unemployed into work and assist the South employers fill their jobs. Jobcentre plus is a part of the Department of Work and Pensions whose aim is to provide opportunities for all to work.
If you are currently unemployed then the South Job Centre can help in a variety of ways. Firstly, they can offer you useful advice on increasing your chances of getting into work such how to write a CV, interview tips and how to apply for a opportunity. the South Job Centre can also advise and assist you to apply for the relevant benefits while you are hunting for work. the South Job Centre also have a number of schemes which can help you if you have difficulties getting into employment. They are of particular help if you have a disability. the South Job Centre also lists positions posted by the South area employers.
If you are a the South employers you could find the the South Job Centre of assistance to you in a number of ways. Firstly, the the South Job Centre provide free job advertising to the South businesses via phone or over the internet. This free advertising allows many the South job seekers currently out of work will will be able to apply for your opening. The the South Job Centre will be able to offer you advice if you are in the unfortunate position of having to make staff redundant. They can also offer advice on a range of other work related.
So if you have posted your job with AllRegionalJobs and want some additional advertising or you need job hunting advice then we recommend you contact the South Job Centre.
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