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Employment advice and support in Brighton and Hove

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BrightonandHoveJobs.com is a lot more than a jobs board. We go beyond a normal job board and work with our partners to offer all candidates help and assistance in their employment search.

BrightonandHoveJobs.com has helped thousands of job searchers secure their dream job in and around Brighton. In this economic climate each vacancy can be extremely competitive; you need to ensure you're prepped and ready to demonstrate the unique skills and expertise that you hold in order to secure that job. This advice section offers help and advice to people at every stage of the recruitment process.

If you are a student or a parent...In this section you will find links to information about schools, colleges and universities in Brighton and Hove.

If you are a job seeker... There is plenty to offer a job seeker in this section, from advice on writing a CV and Cover letter to tips for interviews. In this section you will also find links to Apprenticeship and Internship information as well as details on Work Experience and training opportunities that are available for those people who are unemployed and those receiving Job Seekers Allowance (JSA).

Volunteering is a great way to support the community and support people and projects in need. It is also a great way to enhance your CV and learn new skills, and shows a proactive route to unemployment.

If you are an employer... BrightonandHoveJobs.com prides our self in supporting the entire City in their employment needs, and that includes providing Employers with relevant advice and tips to help them find the best candidate. In this section you will find out how and why you might employ an apprenticeintern or even volunteer in Brighton and Hove, how you can trial and hire a local jobseeker and access funds through DWP schemes such as the Wage Incentive. You can also find links to colleges and training providers who can help train or up-skill your existing workforce.

If you are aged between 14-19 years and are looking for information, advice and guidance about preparing yourself for the workplace – you should visit BEACH – Brighton Employability Advice and Careers Hut – for young people, by young people.

Did you know… From September 2013, all young people in England now require to stay in learning until the end of the academic year in which they turn 17 and from September 2015 until their 18th birthday. This law change is called Raising of the Participation Age.

If you are aged 16-24 years then earning whilst you are learning could be a great opportunity – to find out more you will need to read the information in our Apprenticeships section.

Whatever your age – if you are not in employment, education or training – you may be registered as unemployed and actively seeking work. If this is the case you could be receiving Job Seekers Allowance from the Job Centre, so next time you see your Adviser speak with them about Work Experience and Work Trials.



BrightonandHoveJobs.com has teamed up with Mayo Wynne Baxter to provide you regular free and clear advice on common employment law questions. 

So if you are a looking for legal advice as a candidate or employer, Mayo Wynne Baxter are happy to help.

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