All its employees are vetted and verified for their right to work in the UK. Redwigwam pays employees rapidly and is the only organization in the UK to provide payment within 24 hours. As providing training, they always pay at least the minimum wage and cover tax, NI, holiday pay and pension.
A leading hospitality employer is helping to take on the huge need for staff as staycations boom.
Redwigwam is working with a variety of customers around the country to assist fill functions.
One national hotel group is searching for versatile personnel for a number of its hotels in North Wales.
Various roles are readily available including breakfast and dining waiting personnel, chefs, cleaners and home keepers. The hotels are in Rhyl, Colwyn Bay, Llandudno and Caernarvon.
Redwigwam, the Liverpool-headquartered company which specialises in offering completely handled, trained and flexible staff for a wide variety of sectors including the hospitality market, is recruiting for the roles.
Lorna Davidson, creator and CEO of Redwigwam, stated: “Flexible work is the future. We have all sorts of workers on our platform from working mums to students and theyre all looking for work that bends around their requirements.
” Weve got lots of functions to fill across all sorts of sectors from hospitality to warehousing and from festivals to field marketing. And we have lots of tasks readily available in North Wales to support the staycation boom.
” All our jobs acknowledge the significance of versatility and were eager to speak with people who are having a hard time to find work, might have lost their tasks after furlough ended or are school leavers or current graduates seeking to begin their careers.”
Redwigwams platform matches workers to tasks in their area that need the abilities they have, and workers can book whichever tasks they wish.
All its workers are vetted and validated for their right to work in the UK. Redwigwam pays workers rapidly and is the only organization in the UK to offer payment within 24 hours. As offering training, they always pay at least the minimum wage and cover tax, NI, holiday pay and pension.
The business deals with some of the biggest blue-chip business in the UK, including Coca-Cola, Argos, Sodexo, Land Rover, Tesco and Kelloggs.