Youth Employment

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Through a series of workshops and a panel session, we will take delegates through the latest evidence-based solutions across issues such as building resilience, embedding science capital and ensuring all young people build the skills needed for an ever-changing workplace
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.
Read the BITC member-only summary of the breakout session 'Mobilising internal networks: engaging ex-military employees' from Business in the Community's Employment Summit 2016.
Read the BITC member-only summary of the breakout session 'Breaking down the barriers: How to develop a fair and open recruitment process' from Business in the Community's Employment Summit 2016.
Read the BITC member-only summary of the breakout session 'Beyond pay: a wider approach to improving low-paid work' from Business in the Community's Employment Summit 2016.
Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water is the sixth largest of ten water and sewerage companies in the UK. Welsh Water provides a safe and reliable supply of drinking water along with waste water and sewerage services to over 3 million people living in Wales and some parts of England, covering over 1,000 operational sites.