Youth Employment

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Read the BITC member-only summary of the breakout session 'From welfare to work: understanding the changing policy landscape' from Business in the Community's Employment Summit 2016.
Read the BITC summary of the breakout session 'Apprenticeships that work: How to make apprenticeships an attractive proposition' from Business in the Community's Employment Summit 2016.
Business in the Community's Employment Summit will help business leaders and practioners navigate the changing employment landscape as responsible employers.
Ready for Work offers businesses a structured means to support some of society’s most disadvantaged, socially isolated and vulnerable people back on their feet and into work whilst making solid business sense for all companies involved.
The Review highlights recent community activities, focussed around key areas of youth unemployment and inspiring young people, community transformation, and tackling social exclusion.
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.
Our How to Ban the Box webinar on 20th January showcased two employer case studies, highlighting how and why they have signed up to Ban the Box; implementing a recruitment process that considers applications’ skills first before assessing the risk and relevance of any criminal convictions.
This research shows why working with people from disadvantaged groups works well for business; summarising analysis of the business benefits resulting from Work Inclusion programmes and partnerships.
Please note that individuals can only take part in the programme if they are referred. If you are interested in taking part in Ready for Work, please contact your support worker.