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Studio Artworker

Thrive Group Ltd are delighted to be working with our client in Wiltshire, who are actively seeking to engage an Studio Artworker to join their Creative studio team on permanent basis. What you will be doing: This is an exciting opportunity for a talented Artworker with 3D focus to work with a diverse client group from Retail, Point of Sales items for brands and retailers & FMCG. Be involved with creative production ensuring all designs and artworks adhere to relevant brand guidelines, are print ready and produced within agreed timeframes Work closely with our account teams to ensure all jobs are tackled without any issues in a timely manner Be involved with creative production ensuring all designs and artworks adhere to relevant brand guidelines, are print ready and produced within agreed timeframes What you will need to succeed: Previous experience working in a Creative Studio Advanced Mac software knowledge - Adobe Creative Suite (CC) An eye for detail with a strong understanding of design and typography Comprehensive knowledge of print and artwork processes What you will receive in return : Salary : Competitive Full time office based to start, and then 1 day WFH after probation. Hours are 37.5 per week, 9.00am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday (Flex start and finish) Friendly working environment, really friendly and welcoming. 26 days annual holidays plus Bank holidays Company contributory pension scheme after 3 months Death in Service Benefit ( x4 salary) available subject to Company pension sign- up Employee Assistance Scheme If this position sounds of interest and you would like to be considered. Please contact Sarah at Thrive Group on 01225 632666 or email sarah. Thrive Group are acting as an employment business in relationship to this vacancy. If you have not heard from a consultant within 7 days, please assume you have been unsuccessful on this occasion INDTRO

Commercial

Melksham

Negotiable

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Administrator

Thrive Group Bolton are recruiting for a Administrator for a well established company based in Liverpool. This a temporary to permanent position with an immediate start. The role You will be working within a busy office environment Working on the Weigh-Bridge Inputting data from drivers and customers General administration duties You must have Excellent communication skills Strong Administration Weigh- Bridge experience ( pref) Hours of work Monday- Friday 9.30am -3pm This is an immediate start for the right candidate INDBOL

Industrial

Liverpool

£12.00 - £13 per hour

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Production Operatives

Thrive Shepton are delighted to be working with our client based in Milborne Port, who are looking for several Production Operatives to work Monday to Friday. You must be physically fit , be able to reliably commute to and from work, be able to work under supervision and as part of a team. Overtime is required during busier times. A good understanding of English both verbal and written is required. Full training will be provided. General Duties: This role involves all aspects of Production, from sorting to processing, packing and despatch. You are expected to meet and exceed set targets to achieve the agreed quality standards, following company guidelines. Working Hours: Monday-Friday Shifts available - 6.30am to 3pm or 1pm to 9.30pm £11.25 per hour Overtime rate of £16.87 per hour after 40 hours Pay rate: Basic - £11.25 per hour Overtime - £16.87 per hour What you need to do next: If this position sounds of interest and you would like to be considered. Please contact the team at Thrive Shepton on 01749 342982 Thrive Shepton are acting as an employment agency in relationship to this vacancy. INDSHE

Industrial

Sherborne

£11.25 - £16.87 per hour

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Wash House Operative

We are currently recruiting for Wash House Operatives for our Client in Milborne Port. The successful applicant will assist in the day-to-day running of the wash house which will involve loading and unloading laundry, in line with daily production requirements You must be physically fit and be able to work under supervision and as part of a team. Overtime is required during busier times. A good understanding of English both verbal and written is required and you must be able to reliably commute to work each day. Full training will be provided. 6am-2.30pm Monday-Friday Flexibility in working hours is essential during busy period Rate of Pay: £11.25+ per hour. Overtime Rate: £16.88 per hour after 40 hours Please contact Thrive Group in Shepton Mallet if you are interested in this position 01749 342 982 INDSHE

Industrial

Sherborne

£11.25 - £16.88 per hour

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Wash House Production Operative

Thrive Group are delighted to be working with our client based in Milbourne Port who are looking for Wash House Production Operatives. This is a long term position, with a view to a permanent contract . Own transport due to clients location would be required. The successful applicant will assist in the day-to-day running of the washing machines which will involve loading and unloading bed linen, towels and other laundry items in line with daily production requirements. You must be physically fit and be able to work under supervision and as part of a team. Overtime is required during busier times A good understanding of English both verbal and written is required and you must be able to reliably commute to work each day. Full training will be provided Benefits: Canteen Company pension Health and well being programme Life insurance Paid Volunteer time Working Hours: Monday to Friday 0600-1430 Pay Rate: £11.25 per hour Rising to £11.72 on completion of successful 6 month probation period. Overtime rate - £16.88 per hour after 40 hours. (rising to £17.58 after probation) Supplemental pay types - Loyalty bonus What you need to do next: If this position sounds of interest and you would like to be considered. Please contact the team at Thrive Shepton on 01749 342 982 Thrive Group are acting as an employment agency in relationship to this vacancy. If you have not heard from a consultant within 7 days, please assume you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.

Industrial

Sherborne

Up to £11.25 per hour + None

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Packing Operative

Thrive Shepton are delighted to be working with our client based in Langport. They are looking for Packing Operatives to join a friendly team. Temp - Perm position to start as soon as possible. Main duties include: -To ensure products are packaged to our clients customer specification -To ensure work is carried out to the best of your ability to meet production deadlines -To seek training to maintain skills and progress within the business -To work as part of a team whilst complying with food hygiene training at all times Ideal candidates will have the following: -A good attention to detail -Great team ethic and a flexible approach to work -A good level of general fitness to work in a physically demanding role Skills: As part of our recruitment process our client offer factory tours most days of the week, so please feel free to get in contact for a general chat about the job and book in for a tour. We have immediate starts available. INDSHE

Industrial

Langport

£11.00 - £12.50 per hour + none

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Fall in love with your dream job this Valentine's Day

​This Valentine's Day, let's talk about a different kind of matchmaking – one that might not involve heart-shaped chocolates or bouquets of roses but is just as important for your heart's contentment: finding your perfect job!​As cupids of the corporate world, we know the thrill of a new job when you find a role that clicks with your skills and aspirations. The exhilaration, the possibilities, the sense of a new beginning – it's all there.​So, this February, why not breathe in the possibility of a new career adventure? Let Thrive set you up on a professional blind date that could lead to your happily ever after…in the workplace!​The Heart of Job Satisfaction Job satisfaction transcends the mere earning of a paycheque. It's about the joy of feeling valued, the excitement of engaging in work you love, and the eagerness to start each new day. Consider this - only a mere 17% of British workers express true love for their job, often hindered by feelings of being undervalued and a lack of respect from management. This reveals a significant gap in job satisfaction, underlining the need for roles where employees are not just compensated but are genuinely appreciated, challenged, and rewarded.Such an environment mirrors the growth and support one may expect in a thriving relationship, transforming work from a mundane task to an integral part of one's life journey.​Work-Life Balance: The Harmony of a Healthy Relationship Imagine a relationship that consumes every moment of your day - overwhelming, isn't it? Similarly, your job should not overshadow your personal life - a healthy work-life balance thrives on mutual respect for personal space and time. Recent insights indicate a worrying trend in the UK, where workers increasingly perceive their roles as merely transactional, driven by necessity rather than fulfilment. There has been a noticeable decline in employees willing to exert extra effort, dropping from 57% in 2019 to 51% in 2023.This shift underscores the importance of finding a job that not only respects your personal time but also aligns with your values, empowering you to pursue passions and interests that lie beyond the office walls.​Did You Know: Happy Workers are More Productive Studies show that happy & content employees can be up to 20% more productive than their dissatisfied counterparts. However, a concerning trend in the UK has emerged, revealing one of the lowest levels of employee engagement in Europe. A mere 13% of European workers report feeling engaged at work, with stress and dissatisfaction prevalent among UK professionals – 38% experience daily stress, and 19% report feelings of anger in their workplace. This data not only highlights the need for job satisfaction but also underscores the transformative power of happiness in the workplace. Happy employees, much like partners in a loving relationship, are inspired to be creative, proactive, and committed, ultimately leading to both personal and organisational success.​Embrace a Job You Love with Thrive This Valentine's Day, it's time to reflect on your career and ask yourself if you're truly in a fulfilling relationship with your job. At Thrive, we specialise in a unique kind of matchmaking, aligning your skills, passions, and career aspirations with the ideal employer. Your dream job might just be out there waiting for you to swipe right. Let Thrive be your guide in making this Valentine's Day the start of an exciting new journey in your career, helping you find a job that not only satisfies but truly sets your heart aflutter.

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Seizing the New Year Opportunity: Revolutionising Recruitment in 2024

As we enter 2024, it marks not only the start of a new year but also a vibrant era of possibilities and innovation in the realm of recruitment. January, far from being a mere flip of the calendar page, emerges as a bustling hub of job-seeking dynamism and a golden opportunity for businesses to redefine themselves as the coveted havens of talent. This month brims with the energy of change and ambition. It's a time when businesses can truly transform their recruitment approach, aligning with the pulse of the job market to attract, inspire, and retain the crème de la crème of the workforce. As we step into this exciting phase, it's more than just strategy; it's about creating a magnetic pull that positions employers not just as workplaces but as launchpads for dreams and careers. ​Why January Is a Peak Time for Recruitment The start of a new year is often seen as a time for change and new beginnings, which is reflected in the job market. In the last six months of 2023, a survey conducted by PageGroup found that about half of the UK workers were either actively looking for a new role or planning to seek new opportunities. This trend is an indicator of the dynamic nature of the employment landscape, where individuals are continually seeking better prospects, including higher salaries, more fulfilling roles, and improved work-life balance. ​Positioning as a Desirable Employer In a market where employees feel now is a good time to find a job, businesses need to stand out. A critical aspect of this is understanding and addressing competitive salary expectations. Reed's research reveals a significant trend: one in four professionals are dissatisfied with their current salary, and over half (55%) are actively seeking new opportunities due to unmet salary and benefit expectations. However, the appeal of a job offer is not limited to salary alone; employees increasingly value a comprehensive employment package that includes benefits like health insurance, flexible working conditions, and career development opportunities, making these comprehensive offerings as important as competitive salaries in attracting and retaining talent. ​Supporting and Empowering Current Employees With 45% of employees feeling burnt out due to organisational changes, it's vital for businesses to adopt a comprehensive and diverse approach to support their workforce. This means going beyond the traditional office work model; businesses should focus on creating a nurturing work environment that addresses various aspects of employee well-being and satisfaction. This can include measures such as enhanced mental health support, professional development opportunities, and recognition programmes that appreciate and reward employees' contributions. Providing access to resources for personal and professional growth, such as training and mentoring programmes, can also be effective. Additionally, implementing policies that recognise life outside work, such as offering flexible personal leave options and promoting health and fitness initiatives, can significantly enhance employee satisfaction and loyalty. ​Enhancing Candidate Experience: A Key to Successful Recruitment In 2024, businesses must focus on enhancing the candidate experience throughout their recruitment strategy, which includes every interaction with the organisation, not just the interview process. Key elements include clear communication, transparency, and respect, as more than 50% of job seekers claim they are dissatisfied with salary transparency. Additionally, effective onboarding is vital, with 88% of companies failing in this area according to Forbes. A positive and engaging recruitment experience is essential for attracting top talent and ensuring long-term employee engagement and retention in today's dynamic job market. ​A New Era for Innovative Recruitment In 2024, it's essential for businesses to adopt a forward-thinking recruitment strategy, balancing competitive salaries with a range of benefits and flexible work options. In today's rapidly evolving job market, the key to success lies in creating a supportive and value-driven workplace. When companies prioritise the well-being and development of their teams, they cultivate strong, innovative groups that are the driving force behind success. Are you ready to revolutionise your recruitment approach and build a thriving team? Connect with us today, and let's work together to shape a brighter future.​

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​Elevate Your Career: A Roadmap to Success in the Next Year

January is an opportune time to contemplate your career progress and set your sights on new achievements. Reflecting on the journey so far and planning ahead is not just about making New Year’s resolutions; it’s about crafting a vision for your professional future! Whether you are aiming for a significant shift in your career path or seeking growth within your current role, this guide provides a comprehensive roadmap to effectively identify, plan, and accomplish your career ambitions. 1. Reflect on the Past YearBegin with a comprehensive review of your professional experiences over the past year (or few years). Analyse your accomplishments, challenges, and any unexplored opportunities. It's crucial to regularly reassess your current levels of job satisfaction. A meta-analysis from The University of Liverpool found that individuals who engage in regular self-reflection about their interests are more likely to experience enhanced job satisfaction and career growth. Evaluate how well your role satisfies your needs and, if necessary, take steps to better align your work with these needs, whether through adjustments in your current position or by exploring new roles and career paths. 2. Define Your Career VisionImagine your desired career state at different future milestones. This vision should include immediate objectives such as enhancing job-specific skills, mid-term goals like advancing to supervisory roles, and long-term aspirations encompassing leadership or expertise development in your respective field, whether it's in an office, a factory, or any other work environment. For more insight on this, Indeed underscores the correlation between having a clear, long-term career vision and higher levels of professional success and fulfilment in their article here. 3. Set SMART GoalsConvert your vision into SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound) goals. Be precise in your objectives; for instance, rather than setting a vague goal like 'enhance professional networking,' aim for something more concrete such as 'attend two industry-specific events per quarter and establish connections with at least 10 professionals across various sectors.' Apply this approach to goals ranging from skill development in technical fields to customer engagement in service industries, ensuring each goal aligns with the SMART framework. 4. Create a Step-by-Step PlanBreak down your goals into smaller, manageable tasks. This process might involve pinpointing necessary resources, setting aside time for skill development, or finding mentors for guidance. Individuals who write down their goals, establish concrete action plans, and regularly review their progress are more likely to succeed in reaching their objectives. 5. Seek Professional Growth OpportunitiesActively pursue diverse opportunities for professional growth tailored to your job type and career aspirations. This might include enrolling in courses to acquire new skills relevant to your field, attending workshops for hands-on experience, or participating in online forums and local industry events for networking and knowledge sharing. Embracing a culture of continuous learning and development can significantly enhance job satisfaction and career progression, as it signals to employers your commitment to staying up-to-date in an ever-evolving work environment. 6. Stay Flexible and AdaptMaintain flexibility in your career plans. The business landscape is continuously changing, and the ability to adapt is crucial. Forbes notes that adaptability and resilience are among some of the most sought-after skills in today's job market. 7. Regular Review and AdjustmentsRegularly assess your progress and adapt your approach as necessary. This might entail scheduling periodic self-reviews or discussions with a mentor, regardless of your field or position. Consistently reflecting on your achievements and challenges helps in recalibrating your strategies to better align with your goals. Setting time aside for these reviews, whether monthly, quarterly, or at a frequency that suits your job demands, plays a crucial role in keeping your career objectives on track and ensuring continuous development in your professional journey. Embracing GrowthAs we look ahead to a new year, it's a prime time to refocus and set ambitious yet achievable career goals. Remember, the journey to professional success is gradual and requires dedication, flexibility, and commitment. Embrace each achievement, learn from the setbacks, and steadily advance towards your career aspirations. Let this year be a milestone in your journey of professional growth and achievement. For further guidance and support, get in touch with our friendly team today!

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