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"Blue Monday" or "New Job Monday"?

January 12th, 2018|

Have you heard of Blue Monday? According to some clever algorithm, in 2018 the most depressing day of the year falls on the 15th of January. That’s this Monday! Christmas is well and truly over, your December credit card statement arrives, the weather is bad, summer days are still months away… Except that if finding a new job is high on [...]

3 Reasons Why Leaving Your Permanent Role For a Contracting Job Could Be Worth It

December 14th, 2017|

There is a widely believed assumption that temporary and contract jobs should be avoided where possible and that they are just a ‘stepping stone’ to the next permanent role.   However, the tables are turning. Recent data and statistics show the employment rates of temporary roles are rising and people are more drawn towards the benefits. Our Managing Director, Gavin [...]

Have You Visited Us at the Parts Alliance Trade Show in Oxford?

October 3rd, 2017|

Last week, Autotech Recruit exhibited at The Parts Alliance Trade Show in Oxford. The team was on hand to discuss our recruitment and training services with the existing and potential clients and handout some freebie mugs and pens that proved very popular! We were very impressed by the attendance as well as services showcased at the exhibition. Similar to other Parts [...]

Autotech Recruit Goes for Top Recruitment Agency for the Second Year Running

September 20th, 2017|

On Thursday, 28 September we’ll once again be travelling down to Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth to represent Autotech Recruit in the Workshop Power Awards 2017. Over 100 suppliers will be gathering to eagerly find out who has been voted as supplier of the year in their categories. All the awards are voted for by the readers of Workshop Magazine, which [...]

On the Damaging Effects of Austerity in the Further Education Sector

September 12th, 2017|

The following article, written by Gavin White, Autotech Recruit's Managing Director, has appeared in the IMI Magazine, September 2017 issue, pp. 40-41. THE CUTTING FLAWS On the damaging effects of austerity in the Further Education sector and, as a consequence, the motor industry. While spending on schools has been largely protected, Further Education (FE) colleges have been exposed to years [...]

Inchcape VW Investigates How Bad Are Potholes on the UK’s Roads

July 31st, 2017|

Drivers all across the UK will know the problems that potholes are causing to our country’s road network, with this being an issue that just doesn’t seem to want to go away, and is continuing to cause headaches for motorists. A new report from the RAC revealed that the organisation dealt with more than 6,500 breakdown jobs between January and [...]