This is a short collection of examples of good practice from businesses tackling youth unemployment and in creating quality and accessible jobs for all young people. With 1 in 3 young people finding applying for jobs difficult, there is a huge need for businesses to re-assess their criteria for entry-level roles and to be more transparent in their recruitment process.
Includes the following
- How Costain uses Plotr to attract and inspire young people
- Valuing employee social action: British Gas’s partnership with the Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards
- ‘Make your mark’: how Marks & Spencer are supporting young people into work
- How have Barclays used feedback from young people to make their recruitment process more accessible?
It was developed as part of Business in the Community’s Future Proof campaign, backed by the City & Guilds Group to help employers break down the barriers in their recruitment processes to create quality, accessible jobs for all young people.