When you are looking for a job, you can also contact one of the various job centers in London, which can be very helpful.
Jobcentreplus is part of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), the largest government agency in the United Kingdom.
The offices are open from Monday to Friday from 8:00 to 16:00.
Job centers have the most comprehensive database in the United Kingdom of vacancies for low-and medium-skilled workers. They also provide career guidance services. This means that they will suggest the most suitable jobs for your profile. They also provide information about the benefits you are entitled to if you are unemployed. This service is free of charge. These centers can be your first job opportunity. Later, when your English skills have improved, you can find another type of employment.
You can take advantage of the services offered by visiting one of the many offices in London or by accessing all the information on the online portal
The database with job offers can also be consulted online via the website findajob
This website gives you access to information about London employment offices and the Job Centre near me
ACAS, (Advice, Conciliation and Arbitration Service) provides free and impartial information and advice to employers and employees on all aspects of industrial relations and employment law.
They also provide mediation assistance to resolve workplace issues. So if you have problems in the workplace, I recommend that you contact these agencies.
To make an appointment with this office, you must provide the “area code” (area code for your area of residence). It consists of the first five digits of the landline telephone number of your place of residence.
Last but not least, as the English say, I point out this website Citizen Advice Bureau, (Citizens Advice Bureaus) to which you can turn for any “advice” if you have problems at work, but not only, it is a free service. The staff are usually very knowledgeable and helpful.
All the information about how to work in the UK can be found in this article: How to work in the UK after Brexit