Category Archives: Case Studies

The Usual Suspects

It takes a very good recruiter to really overcome stereotypes and  the picture of ex-offenders which is in the mind of inexperienced recruiters is overtly negative. Most people don’t think of Princess Anne or Stephen Fry.

Here is a more accurate picture that is painted by Zoe from the Greater Manchester Probation Team on Russell Webster’s Blog.

It’s a useful background resource for HR professionals to use in their Diversity Training.

via Russell Webster – The Usual Suspects.

The Right Step Conference: Breaking Down Barriers to Employment

The Right Step Programme has been doing some outstanding work with employers to promote. Here are the details of their conference and a practical tool kit for any employer.

The event was held at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Stansted Airport , Essex. and 140 private, public and third sector oragnisations registered to attend.  At the conference a Toolkit, developed by and for employers, was launched to join the Code of Practice which was published last year.  Also launched were the first twelve of a series of case studies which have been recorded over the course of the project as examples of good practice.

Well done!

Here’s the link for much more detail

The Right Step Conference: Breaking Down Barriers to Employment 

Also excellent video from Chapelfield Shopping Centre Norwich


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