The cost of mental health support at work – should employers invest in mental health?

Mental health in the workplace: a new report from Deloitte and the charity Mind makes the case that investing in […]


What do young people with disabilities really need in terms of employment support? Sally Whitney speaks #OwnVoices

Sally Whitney is a Research Associate with the University of Sheffield, actively involved with Canine Partners and the Living Life […]


LGBT Awareness Qualification

Youth Friendly Employer SkillsFirst have launched a qualification to encourage inclusivity and promote positive interaction with people who identify as […]


Disabled people and work – what employers need to know

In collaboration with The University of Sheffield My Life, My Choice Project we are raising employers’ awareness of and confidence […]


Disabled People and Employment WEBINAR – What Employers Need to Know

The University of Sheffield and the My Life My Choice Project share their insights with Youth Employment UK on how […]


What disability benefits and resources are there for young employees? Here’s a list.

Are you a young disabled person aged 16 or over? Do you want to know more about the disability benefits […]


Webinar: Creating Youth Friendly LGBT+ workplaces

Watch our free webinar with Steve Keith, Founder of The Branding Man and LGBT+ community champion, discussing some of the […]


WEBINAR: Become a Disability Confident Employer with St. James’s Place

Watch this free webinar with Youth Friendly Employer St. James’s Place Wealth Management as they share their approach to becoming […]


Mental health at work commitment

Thirty of the UK’s most recognised businesses and organisations have joined forces to launch the Mental Health At Work Commitment […]


Forge ahead with the Discover EY – Black Heritage in Business Programme

The Black Heritage in Business programme from EY Careers is a mix of workshops, panel events and discussions designed to […]