Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Working Together to Help You Find a Job; New Campaign Which Will Highlight Inspirational Stories Is Backed by the Region's Business Leaders

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Working Together to Help You Find a Job; New Campaign Which Will Highlight Inspirational Stories Is Backed by the Region's Business Leaders

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Byline: Mike Hughes Business Writer mike.hughes@trinitymirror.com

THE Gazette is today launching a new campaign to celebrate job creation on Teesside and help increase the number of opportunities on offer.

Love your Job will focus on how people can aspire to make the very most of their careers - and we will help by making this easier.

The Gazette is playing its part to help our readers find work, or switch to a better job, by offering free lineage ads to anyone advertising in our recruitment pages.

We are also looking for your story. If you have recently landed your dream job - or your first job - let us know by writing to news@gazettemedia.co.uk and we'll help you celebrate.

Gazette editor Chris Styles said: "It is important that we celebrate success on Teesside and there are many people who are fulfilling their ambitions in a career to be proud of.

"We want to highlight these stories to inspire others to do the same. It could come from someone getting their first job to reach- ing the pinnacle of their career.

"Creating the best possible opportunities and letting people know there are terrific careers on Teesside is vital to the prosperity of our region.

"The Gazette is proud to work with our leading employers to showcase this."

Love Your Job has been backed by some of Teesside's leading businesses, and will look at what sort of roles are being created and turn the spotlight on the region's biggest employers and look at their newest employees.

Mike Matthews, managing director of Stockton-based car parts maker Nifco, said the campaign was an important step.

He said: "It is the responsibility of all Teesside's employers to do what they can to support the Love Your Job initiative. This offer from the Gazette makes recruitment advertising more accessible to a variety of businesses, which can only be a good thing and, more importantly, it will also highlight the best job stories - showing candidates how to win the job they really want and the difference employment can make to lives and the economy of our region."

Cornelius Louwrens, UK business director and chief operating officer at steel firm SSI, said: "As a larger employer, we know very well the impact employment can have on the region. …

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