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G Solutions group

G Solutions Group doo was founded in 2014 and its headquartered in Belgrade, Serbia. As a result of the commitment to development…



Concordia work as a charity provides three core services: NCS (National Citizen Service), International Volunteering and Seasonal Farm Work…

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Seasonal work

Seasonal employment is ideal for people who want to earn extra money. Many teenagers and college students work seasonally during the summer and school breaks, while adults with part-time employment work seasonally to augment their income. In this article, we explain what seasonal work is, how to get a seasonal job and tips for success.

What is seasonal work?

Seasonal work is temporary employment that recurs around the same time every year. Businesses that primarily have more customers during specific seasons hire seasonal employees for extra help during their busiest times. Other seasonal jobs require warm or cold weather, so companies shut down in the slow season


for Candidates
- Age over 18
- Good health and physical condition
- Ready to live in a community
- Emotional stability
- Ability to endure hard physical activity
Terms of the

UK Seasonal work program

Work description

    • Minimum of 39 hours per week, additional hours will be available but not guaranteed and no more than 60 hours per week.
    • The work is carried out both in enclosed areas, greenhouses and in open fields.
    • The number of working hours depends on the weather conditions.
    • Most of the work is paid on the basis of piece pay.
    • Minimum 11 hours of rest between working days and 1 day off per week, paid leave


  • Paid weekly.
  • The minimum wage, per hour:
    England, Wales and Northern Ireland (depending on age):
    – £8.91 for over 23s,
    – £8.36 for 21-22 years old
    – £6.56 for 18-20 years old
    Scotland: £ 8.91.
  • Overtime hours may be available but not guaranteed.
  • Piecework wages cannot be lower than the minimum wage and allow you to earn more.


  • Accommodation in well-maintained cottages or caravans.
  • Television, kitchen, shower and toilet – in a caravan or in the territory.
  • It is possible to share with friends.
  • The number of participants on one farm – from several people to several hundred.
  • The maximum rent is £58.52 per week/ £8.36 per day.
  • The food at your own expense.



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Concordia Seasonal Workers Programme

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