The IntoWork Convention 2017 convenes on the brink of great change. The UK Government will commission a single Work and Health Programme and the sector is faced with challenges of delivering as public expenditure is ever more tightly controlled.
This conference follows the completion of the Scottish Government’s governance consultation in January 2017 and the allocation of the £120 million Pupil Equity Funding scheme to schools.
A series of events on creativity and employability in Edinburgh
SDS Head of National Training Programme Development Karen Murray talks about the importance of role models when it comes to tackling gender inequality in careers.
Gorgie City Farm has become the 800th Scottish-based Living Wage accredited employer.
Unemployment in Scotland has fallen, with the rate down half a percentage point to 4.4% and 14,000 fewer people unemployed compared to the previous quarter.
Deadline for applications has been extended to Midnight on Monday 22nd May 2017.
New measures to support job opportunities for disabled people
Thousands of people with direct personal experience of the current benefits system have signed up to help shape the delivery of benefits in Scotland’s new social security system