Knowing the ‘recruitment essentials’ is vital for any business looking to bring new talent into their organisation, but anticipating and preparing for future recruitment trends can give companies that all-important competitive edge. Our Workforce Adviser, Zoe Williams, has been looking into the changing recruitment landscape so read on to learn more and find out how […]
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On Friday 28th June we held an open event at our Employment Hub as part of UK Employability Day 2019.
Katy came to Better Jobs, Better Futures at an incredibly low point in her life after being made redundant from a tech start-up company.
Mother and daughter team Deb and Rebecca Harry are among the latest beneficiaries of Gower College Swansea’s highly successful employability programme, Better Jobs, Better Futures.
Joe’s Ice Cream were initially referred to the Better Jobs, Better Futures programme through the Chwarae Teg charity who work to support the economic development of women in Wales.
The Better Jobs, Better Futures team recently supported students from Gower College Swansea’s Foundation Degree in Sports Development and Management.
Is your workforce as gender-equal as it could be? If not, you could be missing out on the many benefits associated with improving gender equality in the workplace, some of which may be less obvious than others. As well as harnessing the potential wealth of untapped female talent in your business, companies who demonstrate equal […]
Inspirational young man overcomes significant hurdles and secures prestigious High 5 award Aaron Cope was facing a life of uncertainty before receiving the support of Gower College Swansea’s Better Jobs, Better Futures programme.
Better Jobs, Better Futures – one year on Gower College Swansea’s employability programme, Better Jobs, Better Futures is celebrating a highly successful first year of delivery.
A homecare provider has won recognition for championing disabled workers’ rights and ensuring their business is accessible to all, with the help of Gower College Swansea’s Better Jobs, Better Futures programme.