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We’re helping unemployed get back to work

It’s been a tough time for people in all sorts of different industries and many individuals have been made redundant or simply unemployed due to the pandemic. We want to help and believe that offering people re-training in a new industry is a great way to get them back into the working world. Many unemployed […]

We’re giving the gift of employment this Christmas

Caring and kind natured residents of Wales who are looking for a job can sign up with us to become a Care Worker and be in a position by Christmas. It is currently our busiest time of the year, so we are searching for kind and caring individuals who are looking for employment, to join […]

Our induction process helps retain employees

Our 12-week beginners’ transition and training programme helps us retain employees despite a recent survey by Skills for Care that said staff retention was one of the biggest issues the industry faced. We follow four steps for improving retention after it was revealed in the research that retaining staff is a bigger challenge than recruiting […]

Fit care work around your studies

We are looking for carers to join our team and provide services in the Caernarfon, Penygroes and Llanberis areas and we can offer evening and weekend work to students looking to earn extra cash to fit around their studies. We’re looking for caring, honest and reliable individuals to get in touch and they could be […]

Newtown needs you!

People from Newtown in Wales looking for a new challenge working in the care industry can attend our recruitment event at our offices at St David’s House on New Street, Newtown, Powys, SY16 1RB on Thursday, March 15 from 2.30pm until 6.30pm. If anyone out there is looking for a new challenge in a position that […]

We’re helping the unemployed get back to work

According to the Office for National Statistics, there are 73,000 people unemployed in Wales. According to the Office for National Statistics, there are 73,000 people unemployed in Wales. The unemployment rate in Wales stands at 4.8% – higher than the rate of 4.6% for the whole of the UK. We believe that offering people re-training […]

Claire swaps reception for recruitment

CLAIRE Archer from Cwmbach in Aberdare has recently (March, 2017) been appointed as an Recruitment Administrator for an award-winning care company in Rhondda Cynon Taf (RCT). The 34-year-old, who previously worked as a receptionist in Cardiff, has joined Abacare, which last year (2016) won a 10-year framework to provide care in the area, and will […]

Abacare helps unemployed get back to work

A WELSH care agency has revealed (March, 2017) it is offering re-training to unemployed individuals who are looking for work. Abacare, which has offices in Bangor, is looking to re-train people, who are currently unemployed, as carers. Peter Angelides, CEO at the award-winning care agency, Abacare, said: “We believe that offering people re-training in a […]