'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.
Over 100,000 households have been helped by the Scottish Welfare Fund, since it began in April 2013. During its first 15 months of operation, over £38 million has been allocated, providing a safety net to households in a disaster or emergency and helping people set up home or stay in the community rather than being in care.
More than one in three employers report that absence levels have increased because their staff are struggling to cope with their caring responsibilities outside of work. But, new figures from the CIPD show that just one in six organisations have policies in place to help achieve a better balance between their home and working lives.
This is the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission’s second annual State of the Nation report to be presented to Parliament. The Commission was created by the UK Government in 2012 as an independent and statutory body to monitor and report on what is happening to child poverty and social mobility .
The Higher Education Careers Services Unit report presents findings on the graduate labour market and further study destinations of first degree qualifiers and HND and Foundation degree qualifiers from 2012/13.
Are you confused by the myriad of changes to the benefit system? Do you want to know how these changes are affecting the families you work with? The One Parent Families Scotland welfare reform course will put these changes into context for you.
This Inclusion seminar will explore current developments in employment support for those with mental health conditions which aim to ensure they are able to access the right support, at the right time, to find and maintain work. This will be valuable for anyone involved in the commissioning or delivery of this area of employment support.
RT @CIPD: Female or working part-time? You're more likely to become 'stuck' on low pay ow.ly/D5gs4
The Convention of Highlands & Islands meets in Inverness on 27 Oct. More info here ow.ly/DaahQ #AUTUMNCOHI2014