What next for post furlough employment support?

On-demand webinar

The widely feared spike in unemployment due to the end of the Job Retention Scheme has not materialised as new research shows that over 86% of furloughed workers moved back into work.

Though reduced, unemployment is still predicted to peak at over 5% this autumn and more than a million job vacancies exist in the economy.

Against this backdrop, our guest speakers from different sectors join our webinar to explore the work that they are doing to help people into employment, and help them to progress once they are there.

Listen back to hear

  • Employment and benefits trends
  • Early reflections on the Restart programme from a provider
  • Successful employment support from a local authority
  • Brief demo of software that can help

With guest speakers Ayden Sims, Business Development Director, Maximus, Sunita Gunamal, Employment Advisor, Work Redbridge and Sally Davy, Housing Integration Officer, Work Redbridge

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We've seen a a real varied nature of the barriers ranging from just a lack of confidence to relatively simple things like updating a cv. Given some of the uneven recovery of the labour market we've been trying to work with participants to identify transferable skills or developing new skills that will allow them to pivot into new sectors.
Ayden Sims,Business Development Director, Maximus
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One of the key tools we use to demonstrate how a client can be better off in work and to help with the decision making process is to show them their particular situation on the Benefit and Budgeting Calculator.
Sally Davy,Housing Integration Officer Work Redbridge, London Borough of Redbridge
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