Trick or treat – Scared who you’ll get this Halloween when booking temporary staff?
Witching hour is upon us, maybe you should hire a Hero? At Staff Heroes we don’t play tricks, we just give treats! This Halloween we are giving you the chance to hire some of London’s best talent, to deliver world class service at your upcoming events. We offer you full transparency and free access to our extensive and diverse portfolio of experienced Heroes. You can hire your favourites on an individual or recurring basis, the choice is all yours! With Staff Heroes, we ensure you always have the right people based on their work skills, work experience and references – we vet, we interview, we take care of payroll and admin so you can sit back and relax! It’s coming to the end of our first year and we have signed some fantastic deals, together with an influx of brand new talent. Despite these cold, dark months things are still looking bright for Staff Heroes! Sign in, take a sneak peek and pick your favourites!
Christmas Temp Jobs London – what’s hot
Christmas Temp Jobs London – what’s hot With Christmas Temp Jobs London trending on Google and with much talk about Christmas temp jobs 2016 specifically on the BBC and other news outlets the count down has officially started. Google trends is showing significant around the Christmas temp job topic, here’s what has been trending this week in terms of web searches a pretty good indication of what’s going on: 1. christmas temp jobs 2016 +500% 2. royal mail christmas jobs +500% 3. new look jobs +140% 4. boots christmas temp jobs +120% 5. christmas jobs london +100% 6. royal mail temp jobs +80% 7. argos christmas jobs +70% 8. post office christmas jobs +70% 9. marks and spencer jobs +60% 10. morrisons jobs +50% It looks like royal mail jobs are proving popular with 3 of the ten christmas temp job london related queries being Royal Mail related. However results could be influenced by media covered, especially with the BBC Breakfasts’ Steph Davis covering the issue in the run up to Christmas Also interesting to see that in Google Trends related topics Minimum wage is also starting to trend with a 60% increase in interest week on week. 1.6m people