'employability' refers to the
combination of factors and processes which enable people to
progress towards, move into, or stay in employment and to move on
within the workplace.
"As many have affirmed over the years, work is a
timeless and universal principle of quality of life"
"The object of living is work, experience, happiness…there
is no happiness except in the realization that we have accomplished
"Employment is nature's physician and is essential to human
An overview of the strategic and operational partnerships in
A selection of learning materials and case
studies currently used in employability.
Services and support within each Local Authority, Jobcentre
Plus or Health Board area.
Find out how it can support you.
The report, produced in a collaboration between the CIPD and John Lewis Partnership, aims to uncover the experiences of employees on the lowest rates of pay and understand the contributing factors for an individual becoming ‘stuck’ on low pay
Constant change over the past three decades has damaged the UK’s skill system, according to a major new report published by the City & Guilds Group.
The Office of National Statistics figures find that the number of workless households in Scotland was 318,000, down 38,000 on the previous year - the second largest decrease in workless household level across all 12 regions and countries of the UK.
The Raconteur report explores the way office culture is changing, the new technologies in the work place and how to attract and retain the best talent.
Updated for 2014, the One Parent Families Scotland course gives a thorough overview of the universal credit framework. You will gain an understanding of how it is calculated and how housing costs are taken into account.
Scotland’s Employability and Skills Convention brings together policy makers and practitioners from across Scotland and beyond to discuss and debate the latest developments in welfare reform, with particular emphasis on skills and employment.
Congratulations to @CCG_Scotland on achieving Investors in Young People Accreditation. Read their story here. ow.ly/Dz81T
RT @ilo: Women and young people are more likely to be overqualified for their jobs than men, @ilo study in Europe finds. http://t.co/CPKPeEbit.ly/101Dbji