Wednesday, 02 May 2012 22:20 brings a brighter outlook to the UK job market and small UK charities

By Liz Hartney

The UK is back in recession, but let's all try and be positive

 The Government's plans to cap tax relief on charitable donations have sparked concern about philanthropic donations declining. This coupled with unemployment rates being the highest in the UK since the 1970s it appears all negative. However at we provide a unique online job site with a fresh entrepreneurial approach. It works by helping people into new jobs, while making a real difference to UK.

The website advertises job vacancies for a variety of industry sectors, but also works in collaboration with selected charity partners. When choosing to post a job with or by using the service as a job seeker and registering for free, you will be directly helping to support charities including the Cancer Recovery Foundation and Hospice Aid UK.

The collaboration between private business and charity partners is of significant importance in these troubled economic times. As recently reported in the UK press, government business grants are now greater than the allocation given to charities. At we look to rectify the deficit by giving sixty percent of our profits to charity. 

Ian Spencer, Managing Director, says 'The quicker we can help get people hired, the quicker we can help make a really positive difference, it really is that simple. Through our collaboration with recruitment partners our mission is to get as many people back into work as quickly as possible and in the process raise over £500,000 annually to support the vital and amazing work of each of our charity partners'. 

For an employer wishing to advertise a job on prices start from as little as £30 for a single job, while monthly packages are also available for those who wish to advertise multiple jobs, starting from the great value price of £120. The site will also donate 25p on behalf of every job seekers CV uploaded for free.

At we are giving UK charities a philanthropic boost by promoting employment opportunities, subsequently supporting the economy, employers, job seekers and charities. Go and register for free today.



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