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Jason Perry

 Managing Director

Tel: 01424 452999

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Jason is one of two founding directors of ASL and is now the one with overall responsibility for everything! A Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (CIPD), Jason has a background in HR & Training as well as psychometric profiling. In addition to being an active member of the recruitment industry and the business community, Jason has worked on major government contracts in the training and education sector, establishing an initiative to deliver funded qualifications to those in the workplace seeking to further their career and qualifications. He is a frequently invited as a guest speaker at events, presenting on recruitment and HR-related topics, and is often heard providing commentary and opinion to the BBC News on employment related issues. Outside of all this, Jason likes nothing more than taking a boat out for sail, spending time with his family, and walking Fergus the Cockapoo. Connect with Jason on  LinkedIn, follow him on  Twitter, or email him at  jasonp@aslgroup.co.uk

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Wirecard Collapse

One thing guaranteed to upset people, is to mess with their hard-earned money. The news of Wirecard’s collapse has dealt a devastating blow to the many thousands of people who have lost their money. The nature of the institution means they have little hope of ever seeing any of it again. As many will have used these as an alternative to a bank account because they have not been able to access one, this means the collapse has directly affected some of society’s most vulnerable people.

 
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The New Normal (And It’s All Different!)

2020 so far has been a bit of a shock to the system, hasn’t it! In fact, the UK has been on a bit of a rollercoaster ride for some time now, with the uncertainty over Brexit, a change in leadership, a swift General Election. That seemed a turning point and after nearly three years, things started moving again. The lethargy, apathy and unwillingness to commit uncertainty brings seemed to be shrugged off and the UK seemed once again, energised, focused and with direction.

 
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Looking for Work – How You Can Make The Difference

Businesses are slowly getting back to the point of opening up and resuming normal services again but it’s still a tough market to get a job in. If you are one of the people whose previous job has been the victim of the Coronavirus lockdown, one route back into employment is to seek out temporary assignments. They give you additional experience and crucially, may turn into permanent positions.  

 
Holidays Quarantine and Where the Jobs Are Your COVID19 Update

Holidays, Quarantine and Where the Jobs Are - Your COVID-19 Update

We've had a lot of changes announced in the news recently and it can be hard to keep up with it all. Here, we've curated some of the points we believe will be the most important for our readers, including quarantine rules when travelling abroad and what happens if you get caught up in a newly quarantined country, and how the job market is unfolding. 

 
The Job Support Scheme and What it Means For You and Your Employees

The Job Support Scheme And What it Means For You And Your Employees

The Job Retention Scheme (Furlough) is ending on the 31st of October and being replaced by the Job Support Scheme. On top of the announcement, further changes to this scheme have been announced and the results have left many employers and employees alike confused as to what it means for them. 

 
COVID Wars The Return of the Furlough Scheme

COVID Wars: The Return of the Furlough Scheme.

The new national lockdown has resulted in the Government scrapping the Job Support Scheme and announcing a return to the Flexible Furlough Scheme (officially, the Coronavirus Jobs Retention Scheme). But what does this version of the FFS look like?

 
Light At The End of The Tunnel

Light At The End of The Tunnel

Lockdown 2 was a blow to many people and businesses who had been hoping to make a recovery in the lead up to Christmas. Now though, it seems the combination of new, faster testing methods and three vaccines could bring the hope that 2021 will see us getting back to what used to be 'normal' life.