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Our ambition is a diverse, skilled and healthy workforce that actively volunteers in communities, with business setting public targets on diversity, fair pay, productivity and wellbeing.
GE Aviation Wales offers apprenticeships in both engineering and business administration. The programmes provide excellent opportunities for young people and guarantees talent for the future of the engineering industry.
GE Aviation Wales is working with two local schools to provide mentoring support for pupils who are in danger of failing GCSE maths. The jet engineering firm is proving that maths doesn’t have to be rocket science.
Business in the Community Scotland’s Large Company of the Year clearly demonstrated to the judges a diverse, well-rounded and practical approach to responsible business that is embedded in all of its day-to-day operations and tailored for the local communities in which it serves
WISE is a ground-breaking programme that educates, engages and employs young people, often from disadvantaged backgrounds, and supports them into the world of work. Run by Whitbread, it provides opportunities in the hospitality sector.
Barclays has brought greater diversity to their workforce, gained insight into their older customer base, and created new opportunities for older workers through apprenticeships, flexible working, role models and digital skills champions.
Business in the Community's Employment Summit will help business leaders and practioners navigate the changing employment landscape as responsible employers.
Read BITC's report on Generation Talent, two years after the programme's inception.
Being part of the Prince’s Responsible Business Network in Wales, our Members can access the latest thinking and best practice.
Helping people overcome disadvantage by increasing access to sustainable employment.
By creating opportunities for people to overcome disadvantage and enter employment, businesses give individuals the chance to live independently and contribute to the prosperity of their local communities.
Ensuring a young person’s success at school and beyond is not determined by their social background. The UK needs to nurture young talent and have effective schools in order to compete in a global marketplace.