Why your organisation should still be hiring young people right now
In this Masterclass Youth Employment UK we will discuss how employers can still support young people through their workforce and engagement strategies. For some colleagues making the case for hiring new staff just became a lot harder and so this webinar will discuss how to make the business case for continuing or even increasing support for young people.
Even if your hiring plans are on hold, this webinar will be useful to ensure your brand engagement remains key.
This Masterclass will explore:
Why youth employment matters now
The business case for embedding young people into your workforce strategy
How to deal with challenges from the business
All colleagues attending the session will receive – a link to the presentation and recording, if relevant copies of case studies. Youth Friendly Employer Mark Holders will also benefit from additional resources and support available following the webinar in their Members Dashboard.
The Youth Friendly Employer Masterclass aims to provide space for youth employment colleagues to come together and explore a key topic. The sessions aim to provide space to think, explore and to learn from some of the best youth employment practices.
Please note that this session and its content will not provide specific legal advice or guidance and organisations are reminded to talk to HR & Legal Professionals before undertaking any staffing action.
Who should attend
HR, L&D & Recruitment Professionals
These webinars are free to attend, but places are limited and priority is given to Youth Friendly Employer Mark Holders.
Where and When
09:30 – 10:00
Online – link to be sent 24 hours before the event
Youth Employment UK is a leading youth employment organisation that puts young people at the heart of it’s work. Home to the Youth Friendly Employer Mark, Youth Employment UK has co-created the 5 principles of good youth employment practice and supports organisations who are working with or supporting young people to embed these principles.