JOB TODAY promises to get Jamie Oliver’s ex-employees back to work in 24 hours

Following news of the Jamie Oliver restaurant closures this week, the UK’s no.1 hiring app, JOB TODAY, is taking fast action to help find the 1,300 workers who are facing redundancy, find new jobs and get in front of new employers in under 24-hours.

The hiring app which helps thousands of Brits find jobs in the hospitality industry, is opening its doors to those affected through a series of drop-in sessions next week to help them secure a job interview within 24-hours and confidently land a new job. With the increasing popularity in technology and apps, more people may be able to find a job quicker in the industry of their choice, including the hospitality sector. Along with this hiring app, some people might decide to turn their attention towards a recruitment agency such as Silven Jobs to help them get back into employment as soon as possible. With all of this help on offer from JOB TODAY and different recruitment agencies, it should mean that people are able to find a job that best suits their skills and qualities.

Morning and afternoon sessions will be hosted by JOB TODAY career experts at their London Headquarters between Tuesday 28th May to Friday 31st May for those affected between the hours of 10.00am-12.00pm and 2.00pm-6.00pm.

To help them land a new job as quickly as possible the sessions will offer CV support and interview advice as well as helping them to sign up to the JOB TODAY marketplace to help every candidate secure a job interview within 24 hours.They will be able to connect their skills with the right employer and job opportunity, helping them to get back on the career ladder confidently.

Polina Montano, Co-Founder of JOB TODAY says unfortunately closures on the High Street are becoming increasingly common, noting the additional announcement of the Topshop group store closures following the news from Jamie Oliver:

“Sadly, the closure of large restaurant and retail groups on the High Street is something we are seeing more commonly, in fact today more than a third of the UK’s top 100 restaurants are losing money. After hearing the news this week, it was our duty to step in and help. Losing your job suddenly means that you’re often thrust back into the job market unexpectedly and it can be incredibly overwhelming. At JOB TODAY, we get these challenges and we want to do what we can to help these people secure a new job as fast as possible.

Montano continues: “So, next week we’re clearing the calendars of a number of our careers experts so that they can connect with those affected personally. Whether it’s full-time, part-time, shift or casual work, we’ve really got it all and we truly think we can help many people out there get in front of employers in as little as 24-hours.”

Pairing their innovative mobile app with over 600,000 businesses that are advertising roles on the JOB TODAY platform, the brand is confident they will be able to connect these jobseekers with new job opportunities in as little as 24-hours.

The drop-in events will take place at the JOB TODAY headquarters in London (7 Harp Lane, Bakers Hall, EC3R 6DP) between 10.00am-12.00pm and 2.00pm-6.00pm starting on Tuesday 28th May through until Friday 31st May. To find out more about the drop-in event or for more information about securing a job through the JOB TODAY app, job seekers can go to:

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