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Employability Day 2024 takes place on Friday 28 June This year’s theme is: Employment Support for Every Citizen Celebrating its ninth year, Employability Day 2024 promises to be the important one yet. Against the backdrop of social, political and economic

What are the barriers to employment for young people who are not in education, employment or training (NEET) or who have experience of care? What works best to support them? In partnership with the Education Development Trust (EDT), our latest

Employability Day 2023 takes place on Friday 30 June. This year’s theme is: #WorkingForBetterWork. The UK labour market is transforming in front of us. 4.4 million people worked in the gig economy last year; working from home is now the

Apply now following these easy steps Find your previous 12 months of turnover, and check which category applies here full membership relates only to turnover of employment support services associate membership is your total turnover from all sources Read the

Please share ERSA’s post on Linkedin here and twitter here. ERSA has been working on replacement of the European Social Fund for employment, skills and anti poverty programmes since 2016. More recently we have engaged with Ministers, Number 10, DWP

Job guarantee and rotation: a way towards an inclusive labour market? A policy briefing by Professor David Etherington, Staffordshire University and Elizabeth Taylor, Employment Related Services Association (July 2022) There is a view that ‘official’ unemployment rates mask a substantial

UK Economic Policy, Inflation & Employment Support Author: Dr Andrew Morton, Labour Market, Policy and Research Officer Research Note | July 2022 This note will look that the emerging economic policy context within which employment support will have to operate

The Employment Support sector has the answers October 5, 2022 Is digital delivery the future of employability? September 22, 2022 ‘Menopause in the workplace’ Starting the conversation September 6, 2022 #EmpDay22: Making sure no one is left behind July 8,