Today (Wednesday 11 July 2018) the government will announce a collaboration with business and civil society to back projects by small social innovators which benefit the public. The projects include a recruitment company focused on supporting dyslexic and neurodiverse people to find employment, and a money advice service for black, Asian, and minority ethnic (BAME)
Ongoing opportunities in York, Malton and Weatherby for production operatives and warehouse personnel. Varied work in all areas. Transport not
We are looking for Food Production Operatives to work in a busy vegetable packhouse on a temporary ongoing contract. Roles
IMMEDIATE START!!!!! We currently have a number of positions available working in and around the York area, working as Domestic
Sir Ian will take up post on 1 August 2018 after the current Chair of the Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC), Paul Gray CB, stands down. Esther McVey said: I am delighted to welcome Sir Ian to the role of SSAC Chair. He will bring a wealth of relevant experience and skills to the role.
The unemployment rate is now 4.2% – down 0.4% since last year – with the number of people out of work falling by 115,000. The figures published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) come as Black, Asian and minority ethnic employment (BAME) is at a record high. The BAME employment gap – the difference