Tackling Unemployment

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Ban the Box calls on UK employers to create a fair opportunity for ex-offenders to compete for jobs by removing the tick box from application forms and asking about criminal convictions later in the recruitment process.
One of Ready for Work's successful clients on a work placement
Ready for Work engages business in supporting disadvantaged groups, particularly people who have experienced homelessness, into employment.
BT has also been a long-standing employer of choice for ex-armed forces personnel and has capitalised on the skills that these individuals bring to its business. 
We know that businesses face a huge skills shortage around the West Yorkshire area. We would like to invite you to a workshop, kindly hosted by DWF LLP, focusing on how you can attract diverse young talent into your business.
Business in the Community has today partnered with Accenture to launch a new report challenging business to be part of creating an inclusive digital revolution.
See what happened when staff from infrastructure and support services company Amey answered questions about the company's partnership with the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme, for which it achieved finalist status in this year’s Inspiring Young Talent Award.
Fujitsu has a long-standing affiliation with the UK armed forces, having supplied ICT products and services to the Ministry of Defence (MOD) for over 50 years. Whilst their Defence & National Security arm is seen as a natural fit for Service leavers with an IT background, they have introduced initiatives throughout the business to ensure that veterans and reservists can transition into and thrive within a commercial environment.
Interim findings at the end of Year Two from our report into the culture change generated by Business Connectors on secondment into their communities with BITC.
The cycle of long-term unemployment is being broken by Bolton at Home’s employment programme. Tenants are helped into work and are then better able to pay their rents.