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ASDA is recruiting for Stoke Park supermarket

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ASDA (part of Wal-Mart the World’s largest retail business) is recruiting in Ipswich for around 200 members of staff for their Stoke park supermarket which is due to open in August. This is a great employment boost for the area and Ipswich Unemployed Action will give some advice on applying.


ASDA won the Best Workplaces award in 2003, cheapest supermarket award which seems like forever and employs over 144,000 people in over 320 stores.

An ASDA manager Nick Johnson, says:

“A good Asda colleague isn’t necessarily about qualifications or experience and is as much about being a friendly, outgoing people person who can offer our customers the friendliest and best service available.”

We thought as the Jobcentre is pouring people to apply for the 200 or so job positions available and a reliable source has already acknowledged that the New Deal team alone has claimed to have handed out over 250 applications (not to say all will apply however would be a Jobseeker Direction), and from my own personal experience being down the Jobcentre the frontline staff have been handing out the applications like crazy for the jobseekers signing on, that we would help the many hundreds, perhaps even thousands of candidates, stand a better chance in their applications.

An Evening Star article claims that 100 applications have been received already – I personally think this is a careful recruitment trick tactic – makes it seem that a) already all the applicants are guaranteed a job (with hundreds of people applying for just one vacancy in other jobs this sounds great) and b) there still is vacancies available for those who apply quick (they remind people that the interviews are early July).

Also you have to acknowledge that one application doesn’t necessarily mean a new unique person. As there are different types of vacancies available ranging from general store assistants to admin and management roles, people are likely to apply for at least two different job positions.

2. Recruitment process

This is not confirmed for new store openings however the typical ASDA selection procedure is as follows:

  1. Application selection (they score your application form)
  2. Ring you for a phone interview
  3. 2 hour Group Selection (dreadful, New Dealers: this might become a nasty reminder of some activities)
  4. One-to-One interview
  5. Spend “some time” and have a go to see if you like it (I hope so after all that – they don’t specify how long or whether you will be paid if it is a whole day thing – read on, section 4, an employee claims it is for 3 days)

It seems a very awful long process!

What is likely to happen is the Jobcentre will shortlist their received applications and forward on the successful ones to be considered (shortlist at group selection no doubt). I have sent off job applications before to the Jobcentre and even though it is a Jobseeker Direction and they log you applying for it and check whether or not you have, they don’t reply back letting you know if you are not successful – poor really. Save some postage and print off a letter when you next sign on – easy – but nope it doesn’t happen.

3. Application form Guidance

Always break the form up into chunks and after completing one have a break then go back to choose another one and so on. The application doesn’t state about having to use black pen or block capitals.


  • Write as neat as possible, blue pen and normal case seem to be not a problem.
  • Read the form through first before completing it.
  • Write it out on a piece of paper first or another application form if you have 2 (draft).
  • Write “Not Applicable” (avoid “n/a” or leaving it blank, it apparently upsets a lot of employers) in fields you can’t fill.

Position Applied For

Make sure this is accurate to the Job Advert. For example write “GENERAL ASSISTANT” (for the shop position) and not nothing simple or generic like “shop worker” or “shelf stacker” or something that sounds more professional like “shop assistant” or “general retail assistant” but shows lack of attention to detail – in fact your application form could be thrown out with their argument of them not having such a job vacancy advertised.

“About You”

Notice that Surname is above First Name(s) – a terrible mistake to make. Preferred Name is recommended for anything shorter (i.e. Steve instead of Stephen or Andy instead of Andrew). This makes you seem more friendly and approachable. I don’t see why women should disclose their Maiden Name – I don’t really see the relevance here unless of course the ID you have to prove you are entitled to work in the UK has your unmarried name on it.

Make sure you do not tick the wrong gender box. Date of Birth and Age do not have to be given as it is against the law to request it now. Address is simple stuff;

Make sure you fill in the Postcode line first to avoid adding it to the Address field by mistake. Email: if you have one and wish to disclose it otherwise write “Not Applicable” and do the same with Work Phone Number. Make sure the phone number in Telephone Number Home is written correctly and clear.

Fill in your National Insurance Number. Make sure you don’t tick Yes to both “Only Full-time” and “Part-time” – the one which isn’t Yes is a No. You should say Yes to accepting only a permanent position as it is a new Store requiring employees rather than an established store employing a few people to cover sickness and maternity cover.

Fill in emergency contact details. If at the same address and phone number as above, do not write “As above” they might actually ring 2788683 in emergency – not good news!

Most people would answer no to the question regarding a work permit. The Hours & Days you can work is up to you but make sure it isn’t less than the actual hours the job involves. Ticking no restriction on day or times is generally a no-no.

Do not fill in the Depot bit unless you intend to work there. The maximum hours you can work shouldn’t be less than the number of hours of the job position.

Why do you think you will enjoy working in our store/depot?

No quick answer here sorry – 100 applications same answer word for word? No one would get the job!

Some keywords you may wish to consider:

  • Working as a Team
  • Learning new skills
  • Developing existing skills
  • Providing a service to the community
  • Customer focused role
  • Experience
  • Part of a large employer
  • Successful
  • Exceptional customer service
  • Enjoys contributing
  • Get involved
  • Enthusiastic
  • Confident
  • Outgoing personality
  • Friendly
  • Flexible
  • Good communication skills
  • Good people skills
  • Hard worker

These are just to jog your memory, words might not be applicable to all advertised roles and you may wish to change the keywords slightly i.e. instead of “I enjoy Working as a team” saying “I enjoy working as part of a team” or “I enjoy team work”.  I suggest choosing between 3-5 of the above, focus most on the personal attributes but include some more academically targeted words. Avoid choosing too close options such as “I have good communication skills and good people skills”. Always write it out first on paper before writing it on your application form.

Where did you find out about the vacancy?

Do not say from your Jobcentre Adviser or from the Jobcentre – this makes it seem that you are lazy and been forced to apply. Regardless of how true this may be it is always best to look for their job advertisements and press coverage and refer to that.

How would you travel to work?

If you have a driving license but no car you should state you will travel to work by car – this shows you are independent and presumes you are reliable.

(If you get the job, it is your choice whatever method of transport you wish to use.)

Only state walking if you are close (10 minute walk on a bad day) to the place.

If using the bus, do not say “bus” or “public transport” – I would recommend you to state what bus service you will use which shows you have researched (or otherwise have some knowledge of) the area.

If you are not too close as stated above but not quite far away to wait 20 minutes at a bus stop for a 5 minute bus journey you should opt for “bike” or if you share a place say you get a lift or car share with someone else going in the same direction.

Your Education

Notice it doesn’t mention about grades. You only need to state the grades if you wish to show off good grades.

I personally would not list subjects alphabetically. I would suggest you stick to the following type of list.

Professional qualifications come first (if you are unsure what this means then you won’t have it) other qualifications follows by the following criteria:

Any business, accountancy or management qualifications should be first. Followed by mathematics (showing your numeracy skills are good) and English (shows your literacy and communication skills) if you have them. Displace lower level qualifications: if you have an A Level in English then don’t include GCSE English. Avoid any irrelevant qualifications – foreign languages I would recommend as shows you have gone beyond English and implies strong communication skills.

Computer related qualifications should only be included for administrator position and should go at the top.

Your Work Experience

Avoid using phrases such as “sacked”, “dismissed”, “quit” or “got laid off” in the Reasons for Leaving column.

If dismissed or left voluntary you may wish to be a bit exotic with your reasons: making them sound more professional such as “Me and the employer decided to negotiate an end of the employment contract early” flags up the same conclusion however isn’t as prominent as making it sound simpler.

If you were made redundant you should keep to that terminology.

You get an opportunity to briefly highlight the tasks of the most relevant previous job you had to the one you are applying for. There isn’t much space so don’t explain, just bullet point the main tasks, don’t list all – only select what you think they will be mostly looking for.

Such as “ merchandising   serving customers   cashing up   supporting colleagues ” etc.

Remember to state the pay in your last job: it could be per hour (state a figure not NMW as it changes), annual salary or for part timers state the pro rata amount.

Vehicle Licences

Even if not relevant state all the licenses you have – they like those they can adapt to different roles – so this will help.

Your Health

Disclose any health details as applicable.


This excludes Annual Leave obviously – if you were ill for just a couple of days I would opt for saying “None” or “half day”.

Which is more like you?

Yes, the answers are below. These may not be right but helps you take your mind off it.

1 – A) I am orderly or B) I am easy going
2 – A) I like a job where I can work at my own pace or B) I like a job that requires a lot of energy.
3 – A) I am absorbed with ideas or B) I notice things around me
4 – A) I like working as part of a team or B) I like solving a problem of my own
5 – A) I like a job where I need to be careful about what I say to others or B) I like a job where I am able to speak openly and honestly at work
6 – A) I like telling other people what to do or B) I enjoy discovering that people like me
7 – A) I like being recognised for my achievements or B) I like being told that I am better than others
8 – A) I am talkative or B) I am reserved
9 – A) I like to use tried and tested methods or B) I like trying something different
10 – A) I am quiet or B) I am outgoing
11 – A) I enjoy talking in groups or B) I enjoy talking to one person at a time
12 – A) I work best without pressure or B) I enjoy time pressure
13 – A) I show my feelings or B) I keep my feelings to myself
14 – A) I like to plan things in advance or B) I like to take things as they come
15 – A) I don’t need praise or B) I need praise
16 – A) I am energetic or B) I am relaxed
17 – A) I am argumentative or B) I respect authority
18 – A) I am curious about people or B) I am curious about how things work
19 – A) I am calm or B) I am lively
20 – A) I follow the rules or B) I try to find short cuts

Your Pastimes

Write about activities you do which you think will be useful for ASDA and explain what it says about you. (All employers use hobbies etc. to determine what sort of person you are – ASDA however gets you to tell them what they should be working out – lazy sods!


Play Football       |       Says I enjoy team work, keeping active, I set myself targets that I am enthusiastic to try and achieve and I continuously make the effort to succeed both individually by scoring goals and as a team by winning the match.

Equal Opportunity Monitoring

I would personally detach this (and don’t include it) as it requests your date of birth (therefore age) and gender which they removed from the application form itself but they require your name so isn’t anonymous and does get used in the recruitment process.

Your Referees

#1 should be your most recent employer and #2 someone who knows you but not related or a friend.


You must disclose any criminal record. If you require any adjustments for interview such as a location which is wheelchair accessible also state it there.


Lying is a criminal offence Blah Blah Blah, if you get the job and they find out it is punishable by being dismissed from ASDA – not very much of a deterant is it? Signing the form you are liable for what you have said. Not me for my suggestions.

4. Feedback from current employees

There are two pieces of feedback I would like to share with you.

The first is comments on a forum post which states that in the interview you have to describe yourself as a colour (wtf?) and that stage 5 of the recruitment procedure (as mentioned above) consists of a “3 day tutorial” going around the store and learning the various different roles before you have even been offered a job. 3 days working without pay seems a bit harsh.

The second is a review from glassdoor.com (http://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/ASDA-Reviews-E10108.htm)


working nights, stacking shelves, you get left alone for most of the night, so you can go at your own pace, pretty much.
10% discount on everything, doesn’t sound much, but we all have to eat, so the savings soon add up. Staff are friendly there, we’re all in the same boat, it’s not the greatest job in the world, we know that, but at least it’s a jon, right. Oh, we’re first to find the bargains in the store, soon as any promotion on food prices comes up, we know about it! And thursday and friday nights, when we’re open 24 hours, and the young ladies come in for munchies or more alcohol after the pubs/clubs have shut brighten up our night!


Boring, repetitvie job, stacking shelves, brain-dead work, and nights are killer’s, sometimes, particularly when it’s busy, with no support from Management. Talking of Management, some are ok, and work hard, but some just turn up, sit in the office all night, then walk around an hour before the end of your shift to try to get everyone to hurry up and tidy up. We have stupid huddles(10 minute information meetings) every night, in front of the shoppers(great idea, that!) where the Management tell us about sales, what departments are up/down from previous year, like we care, we just wannt to get the job done, and go home.

Advice to Senior Management

We have two types of workers at Asda, the hard-workers, and the people who just turn up and do the minimum amout of work they can get away with, problem is, Senior Management are always on the backs of the hard-workers to work even harder, because they know they will, whilst they leave the slackers alone, out of fear of the slacker leaving and getting another job. Management, get some balls, seperate the wheat from the chaff, and sort it out. And no, we don’t want to smile all the f**king time, this is work, not some game, that some Management think it is, sometimes they act like Redcoats at a Butlins Holiday camp.

5. Is it worth it?

I personally think that if the recruitment procedure is like that mentioned for other ASDA stores and that thousands of people do apply for the jobs available (thus there will be a lot of unsuccessful candidates) then the procedures seem very long and drawn out.

We can’t really compare this new store opening to existing stores around the country but the ASDA employees I have experienced at the Goddard Road store up Whitehouse sums up the above feedback from an employee elsewhere – they appear to be clowns and at least half of their employees seem to be illiterate wasters.

It will be very difficult to go through this entire process, perhaps only getting a part time position out of it, where you become increasingly confident and aspiring in to world domination then at the end of it they offer you the part time position and you feel like turning it down as you don’t seem to have achieved what you have aimed for.

Good luck for everyone applying!

Feel free to leave a comment if you have applied, how the process is going and whether you are successful at the end.


Written by Universal Jobmatch

July 1, 2009 at 11:04 am

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  1. Some people have been advised that the recruitment procedure will be:

    1. Sifting at Jobcentre (I am not sure what this involves)

    (no telephone interview as usual)

    2. A group selection process

    3. An one-to-one interview (no interview panel)

    (no 3 day work trial)

    Those who have gone through the process please advise.

  2. Feedback on the Group Selection:

    1. You have to wait a long time in a room (opposite reception) that hasn’t got enough seats. Common thoughts were the room had hidden cameras (being an exercise).

    2. You are invited up the stairs with the other people (20-ish in total) in to a very small room crammed room. There are ASDA car insurance advertisements on the wall and prices of lettuce and pineapples (not sure why they were never used).

    3. After finding your name badge, the first activity is once you had been given a laminated piece of card with a number on – without talking or pointing – you were to get in to a line where one end is 1 and the other is 20 (or the highest should there be less). Very simple task – some may find it difficult though. It isn’t about team walk just standing next to someone who has a number higher or lower than yours.

    4. The next task you were stuck into pairs (depending on the numerical order you were in) where you had to find out information on the other person including specifically what you want on your tombstone. You then had to one by one tell the group about the other person.

    5. You were then given a laminated paper with a number between 1-4 on. You then got into a group and had to build a house of cards on the floor after you specified how high you were gonig to go. 4 different members of the group had to occassionally go individually in to an office to get further instructions. These includes using a glue stick (not to stick them together but had to be in there), using the cards vertical instead of horizontal, the order having to be red, black … and having to provide details of number of staff, turnover and opening date of your new “store”.

    6. You then got invited to sit back down and fill in a form stating your name, address, max and min hours, hours you can work and what job role (whats the point of those fields on the application form??)

    They also take your picture towards the start.

  3. […] are increasingly loosing jobs, forced to sign on to receive Jobseekers Allowance to scrape by, hundreds of people are now applying for the same jobs and if that wasn’t bad enough, in a bid to save £234 million a year, the Government has […]

  4. […] ASDA is recruiting for Stoke Park supermarket […]

  5. The General feedback from some candidates states that who didn’t get the job (out of the group selection) got a phone call asking about attending an interview to become a temp working all places in the store.

    • dont touch it with a barge pole,you will be a second class employee,and could be there a number of years and treated badly.

      american companies are great exploiters of uk labour laws and use them to their full advantage,holiday cover exe.old news but bare in mind.


      November 2, 2010 at 8:46 pm

  6. Asda is now owned by Walmart, a huge American retailer. And even by American standards, they have a terrible reputation for the way it treats it’s workers!

    Funny A4e photos

    July 21, 2009 at 9:01 pm

    • avoid american companies,i once heard them described as “wanting a pound of flesh” and from what i have seen the treatment is disgraceful.


      November 2, 2010 at 5:50 pm

      • If you can watch secret boss us on ch4 sindays. it’s all true. workers are treated like shit


        November 3, 2010 at 9:09 am

  7. Asda always reminds me of the film “1 Hour Photo” I wonder why?


    August 26, 2009 at 4:31 pm

  8. It is Ironic how on Benefit Busters Epsiode 2(http://benefitbusters.wordpress.com/2009/09/05/benefit-busters-series-1-episode-2-longterm-unemployed-a4e-hull/) that Mark got DOUBLE the amount for a televised job interview than those got in Ipswich even though it was in Hull.

    Flexible New Deal

    September 15, 2009 at 4:28 pm

  9. I am looking for shelf stacking work at asda, I have experience, do you have any jobs at stoke park

    Kim Wright

    kim wright

    February 1, 2010 at 3:12 pm

    • I doubt it but please feel free to contact ASDA Stoke Park and ask them. I am sure not all staff members stay longterm so it is possible a vacancy might occur.

      Flexible New Deal

      February 1, 2010 at 5:12 pm

  10. Md.Jamirul Islam

    20,Seventh Avenue
    Manor Park
    E12 5JQ
    Tel: 0289117028
    E-mail: jamilpub@yahoo.com
    Nationality- Bangladeshi.


    Middlesex University
    MSc in Strategic Management and Marketing. still running


    Upper Crust,. Euston Station, NW1 2HS, London, (July 2006 – Current).
    Working as a supervisor and running the shift
    Ordering and managing stocks using the company intranet and PDT
    Ensuring that the provision of excellent customer service is maintained throughout the store and any customer complaint is registered in the complain book.

    Sales Assistant
    CO OP: Croxly . (JULY 2006 – October 2007)
    Working as a member of the team
    Finishing tasks by a given time.
    Maintaining excellent customer services.

    Computer Skills
    Advanced: MS Word, MS Outlook,
    Intermediate: MS Power point, Visual basic programming.
    Language Skills
    English (fluent), Hindi (fluent), Bengali (fluent).
    Foundation Health and Safety Certificate issued by Institute of Environmental Health and Safety.

    Interests and Activities

    I have passion for music and sports. I also enjoy reading a wide variety of books. I am a keen fan of Ferrari F1 team and I love to watch football match. I was a regular lyricist of a magazine called “Annandhobhuban” in Bangladesh.



    Mohammad ,
    Euston Upper Crust
    SSP UK Rail
    Euston Station
    NW1 2HS.



    Md Jamirul Islam

    February 4, 2010 at 10:41 pm

    • Jamirul you shouldn’t post your CV with all that personal information on a public site like this. You risk becoming a victim of identity theft, which is rife in the UK.

      Gerry Attric

      February 5, 2010 at 12:24 am

  11. i m working in asda for last more than 5 years but very unhappy of my job and still considering myself working in asda as slave of olden time where we were in slavery.i cannot speak to manager or a personel manager and working in the night shift is totally making me restless as i m suffering from high fever asthma which is not allowing me to rest at home and work feeling more tired and slow in my work even than i m working honestly and trying to do my job done quikly as long as i will be in my job but my night management including ty hk never trying help me and trying to give me those jobs which i can not finish own my own.i fell very hard and thinking every time what do i do? i don’t know myself and i m not sure what to do? pls somebody help me in this situation.


    June 14, 2010 at 3:40 pm

    • You ARE a slave 😦


      June 14, 2010 at 4:50 pm

    • ali-greatbridge: Have you, or any of your colleagues,contacted a trade union such as ASDAW (shopworkers) to see if the conditions you work under are in breach of health and safety legislation?

      Funny A4e Photos

      June 14, 2010 at 9:54 pm

      • I have seen all the works that are done under the sun; and, behold, all is vanity and vexation of spirit.

        That which is crooked cannot be made straight: and that which is wanting cannot be numbered.

        HRH King Soloman

        June 15, 2010 at 8:15 am

  12. Dear Sir/Madam

    Having recently received a home delivery order from your Ipswich branch , it would appear your procedure for enlisting new applicants for positions available clearly doesn’t work.
    I have observed over the last few years how poor middle management has become, and have come to the conclusion that you and other companies rely on form filling and games. Companies like yourselves have taken the initiative away from individuals, and replaced it with today’s idiot proof watch my own back system.
    Just desserts I think !!!

    Barry Dawson

    November 2, 2010 at 9:53 am

    • lol Did you not receive your deserts then Barry, one of em Workfarers make an accidental on purpose mess of your order?

      Dessert Delight

      November 2, 2010 at 10:08 am

  13. All vacancies are advertised in the full knowledge that ALL employees are subject to a probationary period of 3 months. The vacancy[ies] remain open until the probationer has completd 3 months satisfactory service and been established as a member of staff. We operate a split shift system


    November 2, 2010 at 2:26 pm

  14. hello my name is keighley clarke and i am 16 years of age, and i would like to ask if you would send me an application form if u still have any jobs going

    keighley clarke

    February 11, 2011 at 3:14 pm

  15. i am looking for either shelf stacking or till work in asda at stoke park

    kerry shoulders

    March 13, 2011 at 10:50 pm

  16. look in the daily heil today and other news outlets,they have articles about unemployed being forced to do Mandatory Work Activity..workfare

    ‘It is thought that they will have to pick up litter, mend fences or help repaint care homes.’

    ‘Those involved will be expected to spend up to 30 hours a week, for four weeks, while still continuing to look for work. ‘

    how are you supposed to look for work when your’re picking up litter all day ffs
    what a load of

    Samuwl L Jackson

    March 14, 2011 at 10:50 am

    • Damn, these god-damned mothafuckas to Hell!!

      Morgan Freeman

      March 14, 2011 at 12:00 pm

  17. We need people to compile a blacklist of local businesses who get involved in workfare. Then put the list up on Youtube. Or better still, organise a demo outside their premises.

    We need an intensive campaign of name and shame!

    A4e Protest

    March 14, 2011 at 4:57 pm

    • Look out for the guys and gals in your local Tesco wearing the purple tops emblazoned with “Working with Tesco”. Yeah, Working with Tesco alright for f[deleted by swearing filter] all!

      Working with Tesco

      March 14, 2011 at 6:32 pm

    • I will be compiling a list of this.

      Work Programme

      March 14, 2011 at 7:02 pm

  18. The State Of Jobs In West Sussex

    ‘Recession Proof’ Jobs in West Sussex

    Finally the word all of us believed was coming has arrived, ‘Recession’. For the previous few months the word has been deliberately prevented but leading economists and even the Bank of England have finally admitted that recession is on its way. Not a large surprise with a lot of the normal public seeming to imagine we’re already in one.

    So it is all doom and gloom now and nobody’s job is secure proper? Not so. A few of West Sussex’s residents need worry less. Traditionally some jobs have confirmed to be ‘Recession Resistant’ but which jobs are they? Primarily they are jobs in organisations that present items and services that remain a necessity whilst we tighten our belts. The areas thought-about to be moderately safe include:

    o Training – Youngsters don’t stop growing as the market shrinks and don’t cease requiring an education. West Sussex’s quite a few faculties, faculties and Universities including Chichester College and The university of Chichester are still keenly recruiting. Educational establishments additionally require administrative, catering and different help staff. Educational jobs in West Sussex ought to remain secure.

    o Public Sector – Authorities is a definite constant during a recession. Our towns, cities and nation should continue to go on providing companies and making sure things carries on heedless. The Chichester District Council and The West Sussex County Council nonetheless want a big array of employees so public sector jobs in West Sussex should beat the recession.

    o Security – Unfortunately, crime doesn’t cease during a recession (in truth, although I am unable to claim to know the statistics, there are clearly associated financial components which could increase it!) We are fortunate in West Sussex to have a relatively low crime rate but we nonetheless want our protective providers such The West Sussex Police. They also require their help workers so those with security jobs in West Sussex have a lesser must worry.

    o Healthcare and Prescribed drugs – Sickness and injury still happen during a recession. In Chichester it’s honest to say that we’ve an ageing inhabitants due maybe to the standard of life we’re lucky enough to receive here. (As lengthy as St Richards Hospital stays open!) hospital employees, GPs, ambulance workers, nursing and care staff are nonetheless in demand so Healthcare jobs in West Sussex should be fairly safe.

    o Power Corporations – We might all change into a bit extra aware of our power outgoings as part of our belt tightening but we continue to have a large for fuel and electricity and this is unlikely diminish. Chichester businesses and houses will nonetheless require Southern Electrical, British Fuel and the wish to hold us running so these working for energy companies reminiscent of engineers and buyer companies in West Sussex ought to thinokay about their jobs secure.

    o Environmental Sector – In West Sussex, as with every different metropolis, our council seems dedicated to improving our ‘Greeness’. This is a sentiment also taken up by businesses and it is unlikely to be halted during the coming recession. There will still be a want for ‘Green’ consultants and engineers in West Sussex in the coming months.

    o Sales and Marketing – This is not an area you may expect to be protected but traditionally and logically anything which makes or saves an organization cash is likely to be safe. It is barely dependant on the strategy and outlook of the business in explicit however gross sales jobs and marketing jobs in West Sussex may be safe.

    o Funeral Directors – Sorry to finish on a morbid note but to use the old saying ‘the one certainties in life are dying and taxes’!

    Apprehensive that your employment may be in danger? Unfortunately there are some struggling industries including development, housing and finance and the strongest advice I may give you is to make sure your CV is as much as scratch should you find yourself in the unfortunate state of affairs and it’s a should to enter the aggressive job market. Additionally ensure you find a great job board similar to chichester jobs to maintain you up to date with the newest jobs in West Sussex.

    Richard Blackburn is a recruitment professional having spent the last 7 years working as a Recruitment Advisor, hi is Content Editor for jobs in west sussex


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