Updated 22.01.19

- 4,000 Londoners supported into employment through Love London Working

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Section: Employment Initiatives

4,000 Londoners supported into employment through Love London Working

Posted 22.01.19
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Love London Working is celebrating supporting 4,000 people into employment across the capital, with 3,000 BAME (Black and Minority Ethnic) Londoners securing work after participating in the voluntary employment programme.

Love London Working is open to anyone aged over 16 who lives in the Capital and is not in work, formal training or enrolled in a mandatory employment programme.

Launched in 2016, the objective is to provide economically inactive Londoners with the support they need to join the labour market.

The programme is delivered by a consortium of 13 housing associations, led by Clarion Futures - the charitable foundation of Clarion Housing Group.

Every individual who registers on the programme is paired with a specialist employment adviser (employed by one of the housing associations) and provided with a bespoke plan to support them into work.

Activity can include: CV drafting, interview practice, assistance in searching for vacancies and the provision of formal training. The emphasis is not only to help people into work, but to sustain employment for the long-term, with support from advisers lasting up to six months after they start in their role.


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