itment agency formation advice with the view to setting up an operation placing young people in UK firms may be interested in a call made by national recruiter Jobsite.co.uk.
According to the organisation, the government should encourage the recruitment of young people by UK firms, which could be achieved with increased support for apprenticeships and graduate schemes.
Company chief executive Keith Potts said: "The government needs to encourage companies to invest in junior staff, who can then grow with the company and provide a return on investment as their talent develops.
"Support for young workers entering the jobs market is crucial as looking for a job without success can quickly become a demoralising process and lead to a long term cycle of unemployment."
His comments were made in the wake of the latest Recruitment and Employment Confederation and KPMG Report on Jobs, which revealed that permanent job placements increased at a slower pace in June.…
at they say to the opposite. It's by design. Our schools don't encourage our kids to grow up to work for themselves - they encourage our kids to think of themselves as someday growing upand going to work for someone else. Look at any children's book that touches on careers. You'll see policemen and teachers and firemen and doctors and nurses but what you won't see are independent business people. It's one reason I LOVE the TV cartoon series Handy Manny - he's a racially diverse independent HandyMan who seems to always find work for other racially and gender diverse business people.
This blind side that has been created is a big problem, IMO and OMO (in my opinion and on my own).…