Stepping up, breaking barriers.

I am delighted to attach Reform’s third and final report in the Employment and Support Allowance series, Stepping up, breaking barriers. Transforming employment outcomes for disabled people. Stepping up breaking barriers. The paper looks at employment support services for people …

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Anisha has always wanted to work with younger people

Anisha has always wanted to work with younger people but didn’t think this could become a reality until now. Anisha blew Manor Green School away with her passion, dedication and positivity when she attended a volunteering day and was thrilled …

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The Grass is Looking Greener.

Bobby came to Ways into Work in March 2016 but still at 6th form until July this year. Bobby is bit of a man mountain, 6ft 4 and broad with it. Loads of energy and enthusiasm to boot. We talked …

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Using LEGOLAND to Build His Career

In early 2016 I met with a young man who was struggling to get anywhere with life, he had held a paper round for 2 years but was struggling to get into employment. He attended the new job club from …

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Jumping over barriers

The Advertiser, March 24, 2016 35 WAYS into Work has a number of contracts that focus on specifically supporting young people aged 16-24 who have a range of disabilities and disadvantages. They are all highly motivated to work. It is …

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Rising Superstar

Mollie Wallace who started Softcat in February this year is blossoming in her new role. Mollie along with Asim started a new venture within the Softcat organisation, selling sandwiches, rolls, crisps and chocolates to the staff from within the canteen …

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