Advice for Small Businesses on Partnering with Schools - Business in the Community

Advice for Small Businesses on Partnering with Schools

Business in the Community’s (BITC) mission is for business to play its part so that every young person, particularly those facing social disadvantage, achieves his or her potential in education, leading to a successful working life and  thriving in business.

This factsheet offers valuable advice to small- and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) on how and why to engage with schools.

BITC’s Employment and Skills agenda

Business in the Community (BITC) supports organisations to create meaningful employment. This is one of the most significant ways that business contributes to the livelihoods of individuals and communities and is for many the only sustainable route out of poverty. 
Offering quality experience of work, adopting new approaches to recruitment and breaking down barriers to entering work for people from disadvantaged groups can benefit business by tackling skills shortages, building new talent pipelines, boosting retention rates and achieving higher productivity.

Next step: contact Business in the Community’s Advisory Service Team

Business in the Community (BITC) has years of experience in creating lasting change. We are passionate about increasing levels of diversity and inclusion within organisations of all sectors and sizes. Our advisors understand the challenges you face and will support you to create workplaces where everyone can thrive.

Contact our Advisory Service Team to find out more.