Rethinking your youth employment strategy for the class of 2020 – Youth Friendly Employer Masterclass (WEBINAR)

What does your organisation need to consider to ensure they are youth friendly for the class of 2020?

The coronavirus will have affected young people, their education and opportunities for work experience like nothing we have seen before. In some cases the personal impact for young people will be catastrophic. The class of 2020 are going to need the business community to support them in new and challenging ways and it is important to know and be prepared for that. With knowledge and preparation organisations can adopt the very best approach to supporting our young people.

This Masterclass will explore:

  • The range of issues faced by the class of 2020

  • Questions to ask your business and of your processes

  • Strategies to develop best practices

 

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Additional Resources

Masterclass Webinars

  • Supporting young staff who are at risk of redundancy or furlough (available now)
  • Supporting young staff who are working from home (available now)
  • Employing Young People: The Business Case (available now)
  • Developing Online Work Experience And Early Engagement Plans (available now)
  • Rethinking your youth employment strategy for the class of 2020 (Available now)
  • 2020 Youth Voice Census Launch (23rd June)

 

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For more information, please email info@youthemployment.org.uk or call 01536 513388.

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