The Finalists of the Youth Friendly Employer Awards are announced

Youth Employment UK have been overwhelmed by the number and quality of this year’s applicants and want to thank all of the organisations who took the time to enter.

It is great to see that there are so many organisations employing, educating, training and supporting young people in a youth friendly manner.

Unfortunately our judging panel were only able to select three from each category and here are the results.

 

Small Employers: MyKindaFuture,  Humanutopia and The William Cecil

Medium Employers: Aspire sports, Fidler and Pepper Solicitors and Positive Outcomes

Large Employers: Hertfordshire Council,  Agilisys and IFDS Group

 

Please do not miss the chance to meet these organisations and attend the Awards Ceremony where the winners of each category will be announced on the 24th November.

 

Contact shona@youthemployment.org.uk to book your tickets and see the full agenda.

 

 

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