Whether you are a person seeking work or you are an employer, find out more about employability services delivered across the country.
Within this section you'll find information on the partnership infrastructure for employability in Scotland including publications, research, toolkits & more.
Find out more about employability policy and crosscutting policy priorities in Scotland, which underpins the delivery work across the country.
Discover the latest news and find out about upcoming events relating to employability in Scotland.
Find out about our partnership approach to employability in Scotland, where the spheres of government work collaboratively with the third and private sectors.
Read the latest news from employability in Scotland.
Find out about upcoming events here.
Explore publications relating to employability in Scotland.
Find toolkits and useful resources here.
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Women's participation in the labour market contributes significantly to the Scottish economy. However, for many women a range of barriers exist, preventing them from achieving their full potential in all sectors and at all levels in the labour market.
Find out about support available to those currently in employment or seeking employment in Stirling, as well as support available to employers in the area.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) are partners in the delivery of devolved employability services such as Fair Start Scotland.
There are six No One Left Behind Workstreams - Service Design, Governance and Risk, Shared Measurement Framework, Policy and Finance, Alignment and Integration and Communications.
The Scottish Government believes that individuals from minority ethnic backgrounds enrich Scotland socially, culturally and economically. However, minority ethnic people continue to experience greater labour market inequalities.
The Kickstart Scheme provides funding to employers to create new jobs for 16 to 24 year olds on Universal Credit who are at risk of long term unemployment.
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