Amesbury, United Kingdom (PressExposure) November 07, 2009 -- Catalogue company Kleeneze is fighting back against temporary seasonal jobs that offer a quick fix solution but not long-term opportunities to cash-strapped Brits.
Kleeneze is able to take on 5,000 new distributors over the festive period, offering them the chance to make the extra money they need to make their Christmas especially merry but also the chance to continue to earn beyond the end of the January sales and throughout 2010.
Jamie Stewart, managing director of Kleeneze, says: "Because of the current economic climate, we predict that, over the coming months, a lot of people will be looking for permanent work following redundancy, or perhaps just be keen to make some extra cash in the lead up to Christmas."However, we're urging people to look into the alternatives to short-term, Christmas jobs - like those offered on the high street - that will only offer them the chance to earn for a few months and then leave them high and dry when the NewYear rolls around.
"We offer people the chance to either earn income in their sparetime, working as much or as little as they like, or, alternatively, to takethe business on as a full-time opportunity with great earning potential as well as fantastic rewards. With us, you can build your own business and create a permanent opportunity for yourself.
"To support its festive recruitment drive, Kleeneze, who have seen a 10% growth in business during September alone, will be launching a new TV recruitment campaign in January.Jamie continued; "We had a really positive response to the first phase of TV ads that we ran back inSeptember and are hoping that the second phase will be even more successful in drawing the public's attention to the many benefits of working with Kleeneze."To find out more about joining Kleeneze speak to the person who passed this on to you.
KLEENEZE BELIEVE A JOB IS FOR LIFE,NOT JUST FOR CHRISTMAS
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