Business in the Community has once again received funding from People’s Postcode Lottery, helping us to transform lives and communities through employment.
This roundtable event is being convened to look specifically at the responsible business challenges and opportunities in front of universities in Wales.
This guide outlines the steps businesses can take to support ex-offenders into employment; helping to make a real difference to a challenging and costly social issue.
Read the BITC member-only summary of the breakout session from Business in the Community's Employment Summit 2016.
Based on a survey of 123 prisoners, this report highlights the impact of asking about criminal convictions on a job application form, and makes recommendations for businesses and other organisations.
This guide provides practical guidance in developing a Work Inclusion initiative as a strategic part of talent management, recruitment, staff retention or corporate responsibility.
Unemployed people from excluded groups often require tailored support from voluntary organisations, public sector bodies and business to make it possible for them to gain and sustain employment.
This document outlines the training available from external organisations to raise recruiters' awareness and understanding of criminal records and how to manage risk through the recruitment process.
The Department for Work & Pension's simple step-by-step guide to open recruitment, written in partnership with Business in the Community.
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