Can employees handle the new lockdown?
On Saturday, the outgoing cabinet announced a new lockdown until at least 14 January. Closing non-essential shops, schools, cultural institutions and all catering establishments a week before Christmas means extra pressure in various branches and sectors. Many people and companies will reach the limits during the already busy holiday season. The new measures require flexibility as well as intensification of the work in all areas.
Even though everyone is in this situation for the second year in a row and people may have taken a lockdown into account, this again means unemployment for many people and no longer being able to earn a wage in the coming weeks.
Not every industry is dependent on the developments surrounding Corona. The food producing industry also counts here. While many companies suddenly have to stop working, the production lines of food such as cheese, meats, sandwiches and pastries continue to operate with extra pressure. Workers in food production therefore belong to that small group who are protected against unemployment and have guaranteed wages in this intense time.
Do you also want a job in an industry that is never affected by a lockdown? Do you want to be independent of the current and future measures against the coronavirus?
Head Staffing, headquartered in Nieuwegein, has been mediating exclusively for jobs in food production for years. We offer employees a permanent contract from day one with hours guarantee and career opportunities at various large factories throughout the Netherlands.
Think, for example, of food companies such as HEMA Bakkerijen, A-Ware, Bouter Group, Ter Beke, and de Graaf Bakeries.