Certificate of ThanksSee more
Michelle Steward, Director of House Recruitment was fortunate enough to be invited to an awards ceremony at the House of Commons on Monday 28th November 2011.
The ceremony was to give a group of 18 - 24 year olds certificates to commend them for their achievement in securing and completing work apprentice schemes with a variety of South London Employers, some of which ended up being employed on a full time permanent basis due to their commitment and hard work.
Michelle was presented with a certificate of thanks from The Rt Hon John Bercow MP (speaker of the House of Commons) for giving up her time and industry knowledge to support the residents of Morden and Mitcham with job search techniques at a one day seminar.
Pictures to follow!
With news headlines highlighting high unemployment, house is busier than ever.See more
With news headlines highlighting high unemployment, house is busier than ever, with a wide variety of brand new positions within small, mid and large City based organisations we are seeing growth in a number of business areas ranging from HR to Senior Sales Roles. Keep an eye on our website or follow us on twitter @homeforjobs for real time job updates and useful tips.
House recruitment has pledged to donate 5% of its total invoice value for March 2011 to the Red Cross Earthquake relief fund.
The new house website is now live.
8 March is International Women's Day, a global day celebrating the economic, political, and social achievements of women. This year's theme is the 'Pathway to decent work for women'.See more
A new word has been coined in the industry ‘Mumprenuers', these are business owners who atre mothers or who intend to be mothers. It has been reported that there are 602,000 female owned businesses in the UK which in turn represent just 14% of all businesses according to the Annual Small Business Survey February 2008.
It is feared that working mums are less committed to their roles as it seems since the recession has awakened old prejudices about hiring women. More mothers are setting up their own businesses as it seems motherhood brings them more confidence in their own abilities and resources - to learn a new role from scratch (mummy), in which there is no option of failing, can build an enormous inner strength.