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Paratus People, said the implementation of Vodafone and Mencap’s Connected Living Project will take great strides in ensuring the safety of elderly and disabled people.

He said: “IoT devices transforming the home into a smart home is not a new concept, but applying the easy-to-use and ergonomic features of this package will improve quality of life for many disadvantaged individuals.

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Bristol LIVE

 

Employees at Paratus People are being offered the chance to work a three-day week on full pay – but only if they hit a performance target.

If an individual can land six deals in one month they are allowed every Thursday and Friday off the following month.

There’s no financial penalty either; the reward will be offered for every month the person hits their target.

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Incentive & Motivation

 

There’s no financial penalty either; the reward will be offered for every month the person hits their target.

Paratus People managing director Tom White, said: “Flexible working is gaining great traction at the moment, and I was intrigued.

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HR Review

 

We understand that heat can be distracting! Shorts and t-shirts are absolutely no problems, we even have branded ones! We encourage casual dress in the hot weather as we want out team to feel at their best at all times.

Once we get to Thursday, we make sure everybody has a short break to go down to the ice cream man! We organise his visit ourselves and it is much appreciated by the team.

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Business Leader

Business Leader

 

A Bristol recruitment consultancy beat its first-year targets by more than 300%, turning over a massive £2.2 million. Paratus People, which was launched in April 2016, is now opening a new office in Amsterdam to expand its European client base.

The company, which specialises in recruiting for the broadcast technology and Internet of Things (IoT) industries, is hoping to grow its sales to £6 million this year.

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Inside Media Limited

A Bristol recruitment consultancy launched more than 12 months ago has beaten its first-year target by more than 300 per cent, turning over £2.2m.

Paratus People, which was launched in April 2016, specialises in recruiting for the broadcast technology and Internet of Things (IoT) industries. Clients include TomTom, BSkyB and NTT Data.

The company has now opened an office in Amsterdam to expand its European client base and is aiming to grow its sales to £6m in 2017.

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