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17 November 2020

Print Out to Help Out

Print Out to Help Out

Precision Proco Group are looking to subcontract skilled print workers during what might be a traditionally quiet festive period, especially this year.

They are looking for support between 15th November and 15th January, to cover heavy seasonal activity across sites in Dagenham, Sheffield and South Normanton.
They have introduced this initiative to support print businesses with staff who may be on a job retention scheme as an opportunity to increase their earnings. They will contractually return any personnel following the specified period.

PPG will pay workers their contracted rate, including holiday contribution for time worked. They will provide flexible shifts, including evenings and weekends at one of their COVID-secure locations. 

The Print Out to Help Out initiative offers businesses impacted by COVID-19 the opportunity to redeploy workers who may be on job support schemes temporarily.

Sub-contracted workers will have the flexibility of working shifts and locations to suit their circumstances.

All positions are available across three locations:
- Dagenham
- Sheffield
- South Normanton

Shifts available:
- 8/10/12 hours (Day/Night)
- Monday - Friday / Weekends

If you are a business owner with employees on a job retention scheme you would like to enrol in the initiative, get in touch below.

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Anais Bellemans
Anais Bellemans
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