Recently, Smart Works opened a pop-up shop in Manchester City Centre’s Town Hall and invited a host of local women to show what they do and what they can offer.
On Wednesday 11th September, GC Employment held its annual jobs fair in their central Manchester head office to provide support to those who were looking for work- and the turn out was amazing.
Jack describes in his own words his experience with Positive Directions, a program that works with unemployed people across Liverpool, Knowsley, Sefton, St Helens, Wirral and Halton, delivering 1-2-1 support that gives them the skills they need to get into work.
The new Work and Pensions Secretary, Amber Rudd, has announced today that long-term unemployed disabled people will be able to work with a dedicated key worker to help them find employment and stay in work. The support will come from a new £40 million fund and is expected to benefit 10,000 people across the country.
We’re delighted to announce that The Growth Company (GC) has been re-appointed to deliver the National Careers Service contract across the North West of England until 2021.
Today (29 June) is the UK’s third Employability Day – a day of celebration for organisations helping jobseekers to gain and progress in work.
We are excited to announce that our RAISE contract, funded by the European Social Fund and the Education and Skills Funding Agency, has been extended until March 2019.
Manchester City Council’s Youth Justice team, which includes mentors from The Growth Company Employment, has taken home the top prize in the ‘Youth Justice of the Year Award’ category at the 6th national Shine a Light Awards
Today marks the launch of the Working Well, which seeks to fundamentally change how skills, health and employment services work together across Greater Manchester to give everyone the chance of a better quality of life.