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Food makers and shopkeepers, together We Make Morrisons Through teamwork, over 111,000 of our colleagues across stores, distribution, manufacturing sites and Head Office, work hard to deliver fresh food and great shopping experiences from field to fork. Our colleagues ‘Make Morrisons’. From our stores and distribution centres to our manufacturing sites and Bradford Head Office, we work together in all kinds of different roles to provide our customers with a unique shopping experience. At Morrisons we like to do things our own way. We believe in working in partnership with our communities, colleagues, suppliers and British farmers to provide our customers with the freshest food at great value for money. We’re also constantly innovating. We've our own-brand clothing range - Nutmeg. And our online delivery service and MorrisonsCellar.com wine offer are going from strength to strength. Visit morrisons.jobs to find out more.
We are one of the country’s largest employers, with around 66,000 people working across the UK. Our purpose is to collect the money that pays for the UK’s public services and give financial support to people who need it. We are responsible for calculating and collecting taxes and duties paid by more than 50 million people and more than 5 million businesses. The tax we collect is vital. It funds schools and hospitals, builds roads and infrastructure and supports communities and the economy – so we need everyone to pay the tax that is legally due, no matter who they are. In addition, we pay and administer Child Benefit, Tax-Free Childcare, statutory pay and tax credits. We protect our citizens, for example, through enforcing the National Minimum Wage and Living Wage and we help keep our borders safe and ensure that trade flows smoothly in and out of the country.
We're responsible for welfare, pensions and child maintenance policy. We deliver the State Pension and a range of disability and ill health benefits to around 20 million people.
John Lewis & Partners operates 50 John Lewis shops across the UK (36 department stores, 12 John Lewis at home and shops at St Pancras International and Heathrow Terminal 2) as well as johnlewis.com. The retailer stocks around 350,000 separate lines in its department stores and on johnlewis.com across fashion, home and technology. This year John Lewis & Partners won, 'Best Multichannel Retailer 2018', 'Best Clothing Retailer 2018', and 'Best Furniture Retailer 2018' at the GlobalData Customer Satisfaction Awards 2018. John Lewis Insurance offers a range of comprehensive insurance products - home, car, wedding and event, travel and pet insurance and life cover - delivering the values of expertise, trust and customer service expected from the John Lewis & Partners brand. *GlobalData Retail Customer Satisfaction Awards 2018
The civil service helps the government of the day develop and deliver its policies as effectively as possible. We work in three types of organisations – departments, agencies, and non-departmental government bodies (NDPBs). We cover a wide range of areas touching on everyone’s day-to-day lives, such as education, health and policing. Because our organisations deal with so many different aspects of government, civil servants work in an enormous variety of roles. We’re politically impartial. Our workforce includes people who deliver crucial services direct to the public across the UK, such as Jobcentre Plus staff and coastguards. We also have staff working on policy development and implementation, including analysts, project managers, lawyers and economists.
THG is one of the world's leading online beauty and wellbeing retailers, home to premium brands such as lookfantastic, ESPA, GlossyBox, and Myprotein; all of which are powered by our industry-leading and award-winning technology platform, THG Ingenuity. Our 7,000-plus employees represent 66 nationalities and work in offices located in 11 cities around the globe. Our culture is fast- paced and unique, we recognise great achievements with great rewards. To support our ambitious growth, we are looking for commercially astute, ambitious individuals that can bring fresh and innovative thinking to THG and play a part in driving the Group forward on its truly exciting journey. THG believes in the power of meritocracy. We invest in the development of our people to help everyone achieve their full potential.
Brook Street first opened its doors in 1946, founded by Margery Hurst who set to work with little more than an idea and a drive to succeed. Her ambition was clear; following the end of World War 2 to deliver a quality recruitment service and to supply London with talented temps. Over 70 years later, our founder’s drive remains ingrained in the way we work. We’ve grown into one of the UK’s leading recruitment agencies − matching thousands of people with meaningful job opportunities at more than 4,500 companies every year.
Smith+Nephew is a global medical technology company. We design and manufacture technology that takes the limits off living. We support healthcare professionals to return their patients to health and mobility, helping them to perform at their fullest potential. From our first employee and founder, T.J. Smith, to our team today, it’s our people who make Smith+Nephew a unique place. Yes, we love to innovate and develop exciting technologies, and we offer competitive salaries and progressive benefits. But it’s our culture - of Care, Collaboration and Courage - that really sets us apart. Through a spirit of ownership and can-do attitude we work together to win. We’re a company of people who care about each other, about our customers and their patients, and about our communities. Together, we fulfill our shared purpose of Life Unlimited.
Today Specsavers is the world’s largest private optical retailer, with more than 1,500 stores operating in 10 countries, and more than 250 Hearcare and domiciliary partnerships in the UK. Each business is part-owned and managed by its directors and supported by centralised teams of specialists in areas such as marketing, accounting, IT and the supply chain. We have over 750 Specsavers stores in the UK and Republic of Ireland with more than 18,000 members of staff, our three main UK support offices as well as our recruitment and manufacturing and distribution sites, have more than 1,500 people working at them. Among these are a number of people who are regionally based, supporting our stores. This means that, wherever you are based, you are never far away from an exciting Specsavers opportunity.