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Jobs & Careers magazine | March 26, 2017

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wagamama is like no place else to eat. a pan-asian, noodle restaurant, we’re a complete experience. we feed minds with beautifully designed interiors. we stimulate vision with open plan kitchens. we celebrate the palate, with adventurous, brilliant noodle cooking, born of a desire to inspire, explore and enjoy our passion for great cooking comes from the heart. at the heart of wagamama are our people and the values that we all share. our teams always aim to be different, to be brilliant and to be honest. we’ll never be afraid to strive for the exceptional and to create truly iconic dishes, because that makes us the wagamama that our customers love. we’re different because we embrace our true individuality. we refuse to settle into the mainstream and go with the flow. and we’re hard to label. we love efficiency and minimalism; but we’re never cold or indifferent. we like to be uncomplicated; but we’re never uninspired. and while we love precision and purity; we’re great, messy slurpers of noodles too. if you translate wagamama into english, it means ‘naughty child’: contrary, wilful, following their heart. explains a lot, doesn’t it?

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Assistant Branch Manager- Gloucester

March 24, 2017 |

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assistant Branch Manager- Gloucester

Role type                     Full Time

Location                       Gloucester

Salary & Benefits         up to £20,000 basic per annum OTE £40,000

At Andrews opportunities come thick and fast for those with … Read More

Assistant Branch Manager- Bishops Cleeve

March 24, 2017 |

 

 

 

 

Role type                     Full Time

Location                       Bishops Cleeve

Salary & Benefits         up to £20,000 basic per annum OTE £40,000

At Andrews opportunities come thick and … Read More

Jobs & Careers with James Caan Autumn 2016

January 30, 2017 |

WELCOME TO THE AUTUMN EDITION OF JOBS & CAREERS

Looking for work is never easy, even in a strong job market. The UK jobless rate held steady at a near 11-year low of 4.9% in the three months to August, … Read More

Jobs & Careers with Sarah Willingham May 2016

January 30, 2017 |

DEAR READERS

YOUR IDEAL ROLE IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER

Finding a new job can be a daunting task. It doesn’t matter what stage you’re at – you could be fresh out of school, college or uni, or aiming to … Read More

Get the job

January 30, 2017 |

From finding vacancies to acing the interview, read how to get the edge on your rivals and bag an all-important job offer. 

On the first rung of the career ladder after leaving school or higher education? Perhaps you’ve recently been … Read More

How can work best support families?

January 17, 2017 |

What do parents think makes for a family friendly employer? It’s an important consideration given that most employees will at some point start a family.

Workingmums.co.uk’s recent annual survey showed offering flexible hours for full time jobs was rated the … Read More

Do your bit

January 9, 2017 |

Looking for a career that’s emotionally rewarding with job satisfaction to spare? Think about working in the charity sector…

Do you feel a regular pay packet is no more important than working for a group which is campaigning for positive … Read More

Tackling the gender pay gap

January 5, 2017 |

How do we address the gender pay gap? A report from the Office for National Statistics last week shows the gap between men and women remains at 19.2%.

Why is there a gap? There are many reasons. Women-dominated … Read More

Changing the mindset on flexible working

December 25, 2016 |

Have you seen an experienced colleague walk away from their job because it wasn’t flexible enough? Over a fifth of working mums say they have been forced out of their job because a flexible working request was turned down. Workingmums.co.uk … Read More

4 signs you’re ready for a job change

December 23, 2016 |

Feel like you’re treading water? It could be time for pastures new. 

Generally speaking, you enjoy your job and get on with your colleagues, so it’s tempting to stay in that same role indefinitely.

But by not taking a … Read More