Monday, September 27, 2021

JCB creates 500 jobs

JCB has started a recruitment drive for 500 new shop floor employees as demand for its machinery “continues to soar.”

The company is setting on the additional agency employees at its 11 plants in Staffordshire, Derbyshire and Wrexham – on top of the 850 shop floor jobs already created so far in 2021.

JCB is also offering an additional 300 agency employees permanent JCB contracts – which will bring the total number of agency shop floor employees given permanent jobs this year to 1,000.

Graeme Macdonald, JCB CEO, said: “The recovery continues to gather momentum and we have tens of thousands of new machine orders sitting on our books stretching well into next year.

“We have never seen anything like this in the 75-year history of JCB.”

The moves follow record demand for JCB’s construction and agricultural products.

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