Manchester-based recruitment platform Easy Staffing is on a mission to “make the best matches in the industry”.
Manchester will soon become home to a bustling community of new and returning students this month at the start of the next academic year.
And many of these students will be looking to work alongside their studies.
As anyone who is or has ever been a student will tell you, college is as much about fully enjoying the experience of living in a new city and all that that city has to offer, as it is about coming away with a degree. at the end. of your time there – but that usually comes at a price.
The cost of student living doesn’t tend to be cheap and like everything else right now, unfortunately it’s only going up, which is why so many students are keen to find a job at part-time or flexible who can around their studies in an environment where they are respected and have the freedom to earn the money they want.
Finding the right balance between finding time to work and study can be tricky, but a local recruiting company makes it easier than ever.
It’s here that Easy staffing shines.
Based in the heart of Manchester and operating across the city-region, Easy Staffing is a one-stop solution to your employment needs that gives you complete flexibility in where and when you work in the hospitality industry.
Founded by company owner and director Reece Deignon with a mission to “make the best matches in the industry”, he has used his many years of experience in all areas of recruitment – traditional agencies and job-based agencies. applications – to combine the best of these strategies and create your own vision.
“Easy Staffing was created on the basis of the desire to make a difference”, explains Mr. Deignon.
“Our passion is to see clients and members succeed.”
What makes Easy Staffing different from other recruiting apps?
Easy Staffing offers a “lightweight approach” to traditional agencies, as Deignon explains, allowing those using the bespoke platform to “pull themselves together” and take the shifts that suit them. the best. and meet their needs.
The company places top Manchester-based talent in roles within the hospitality industry – including bar service, event staff and supervisors, festival staff, kitchen staff, chefs, waiters, kitchen porters, etc.
It prides itself on its great communication, flexibility and various opportunities for its members.
How it works?
Easy Staffing’s main goal is to build lasting relationships with its members through “exceptional communication and respect”, and it all starts with the recruiting process.
All you need to do is download the app and follow these three simple steps:
- Instantly choose desired shifts to suit your lifestyle, with all work paid above the normal market rate.
- All shift information is easily accessible through the app, including pay rates, job descriptions, locations, and on-site reviews.
- Your hours will be confirmed instantly after your shift and you will be paid the following week.
What are others saying about it?
There’s no better way to learn more about how Easy Staffing works than to hear from people who have used the platform in the past.
“I joined Easy Staffing after several years outside of the hospitality industry,” says one user.
“The application process and the interview that followed was really efficient and fair. Using the app to get shifts is so easy and the flexibility is great for me as I also work full time. Customers and the customers we deal with are always grateful and treat you like part of the team.
“The team that supports us is always supportive and understanding, because sometimes things change in life.
“There are always plenty of job opportunities.”
I am a student in Manchester, where can I register?
Do you want to simplify your job search and work in a flexible environment where you are valued and respected?
Easy Staffing is here to help all returning students to Manchester find the job that best suits their requirements and needs. So, whether it’s a part-time or full-time job, the company makes sure to put “the happiness of our members at the forefront of everything we do”.
You can learn more about Easy Staffing and sign up for the app hereor send any previous experience to [email protected]
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A massive board game festival is taking place in Manchester this weekend
There will be over 100 different games to play when a massive board game festival takes hold right here in Manchester this weekend.
Led by the teams behind Tabletop Gaming and Miniature Wargames magazines, and featuring games spanning the entire hobby, from must-have miniatures to incredible indie RPGs and new board games, this epic two-day gaming convention gives residents of the Greater Manchester and beyond the chance to play some of the most exciting games around.
The show is intended to bring gamers from across the country to our downtown for the first time.
Live table game takes over the historic Cotton Sheds at Victoria Warehouse on Saturday September 17 and Sunday September 18 – which festival organizers say has enough space for the expected over 5,000 enthusiasts and over 100 traders, publishers and designers.
So what can you expect to see this weekend then?
Well, as Tabletop Gaming’s inaugural show in Manchester is sponsored by local titans Steamforged Games, they’ll be demoing Bardsung and showing off upcoming titles, while Fanboy 3 – which is at the heart of the gaming scene from Manchester for years – will feature some of the biggest publishers in the United States.
They’re joined by indie legend Manchester Hall or Nothing – who will feature new titles like the historic battler 1815: The Scum of the Earthand Manchester’s largest gaming group, Tabletop Manchester.
Some of the other new festival 2022 games include – Amelia’s secret (Hachette Board Games UK), Star Wars Villainous: Power of the Dark Side (Ravensburger), the new edition of Kingmaker, Call to Adventure: Epic Origins (Brotherwise Games), and Cartaventura Caravans (BLAM!).
There will be hands-on game demos and events taking place all weekend at various booths.
You can also roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty with a variety of workshops, including learning how to make your first game with James Wallis (The Extraordinary Adventures of Baron Munchausen), creating an RPG in an afternoon with Chris McDowall (In the Strange Remastered), or even create your own thumbnail with Kit-bashing YouTube star Bill Making Stuff.
Live table game promises to bring a huge gaming weekend where you can “immerse yourself in the hobby like you’ve never done before”.
Want then? There’s still time to grab tickets from £11 here.
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Manchester’s new rooftop cinema reveals upcoming film screenings
Manchester’s newest cinema is set to open on the rooftop of Depot Mayfield next month, as Backyard Cinema brings its immersive cinematic experience north for the very first time.
Coming to Manchester for a limited 10-week period, it will offer much more than a comfortable, purpose-built cinema, complete with an enchanted forest, two bars, street food trucks and a live music stage.
Scheduled to open on Friday, October 21, the 330-seat indoor cinema has just released its next films for the fall/winter season and there are some absolute crackers in there.
Moviegoers should expect a mix of all-new releases, including the acclaimed Elvis biopic with Tom Hanks (2022), the new Top Gun: Maverick (2022) and The Batman (2022), plus cult classics and Christmas hits later in the year.
The team also just unveiled a list of cult classics, including ET the Extra-Terrestrial (1982), Die Hard (1988), Hocus Pocus (1993), Addams Family Values (1993), Beetle Juice (1988)as well as other favorites such as The Greatest Showman (2017), Frozen 2 (2019), Beauty and the Beast (2017).
Elsewhere there will be a series of family favourites, including The Greatest Showman (2017), Frozen 2 (2019), Beauty and the Beast (2017)and the brand new Minions: The Rise of Gru (2022).
Then comes Christmas time, organizers plan to go all out with screenings of festival favorites like Elf (2003), Home Alone (1990), Love Actually (2003), The Vacation (2006), How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), The Puppet Christmas Carol (1992)and Miracle on the 34the Street (1947).
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Audiences can expect to be transported on a magical journey to a cinema like no other, with waiter service inside the comfortable screening room so they won’t miss a second of the action.
Filled with bespoke giant bean bag chairs for guests to cozy up to with ushers serving up seasonal cocktails and sweet treats to create the most magical place to watch a movie, it’s a wintry experience you won’t ever miss. won’t want to miss.
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Backyard Cinema will be open Wednesday through Sunday, October 21 through December 4, and Monday through Sunday, December 5 through January 2. Show times are 12pm, 4pm and 8pm, although these vary depending on the day.
Visit the backyard cinema website here to check showing times and buy your tickets.
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