Alex’s case study with Florette Florette is a local employer specialising in bagged salads that are sold all over the UK. A large operation such as this requires a skilled and flexible admin team who oversee all aspects of the business. Alex was welcomed to be a part of this team (not once, but twice)
Ryan’s case study with B&M In the video above you will get to see a case study of successful engagement with the Talent Match project. Both Ryan and B&M engaged fantastically and the result has been paid employment for Ryan and a good employee for B&M. One of the cornerstones of the Talent Match approach
Transcript “Hi, I’m Rob and today I’m going to talk about my journey with Talent Match. So Talent Match is a lottery funded project led by young people who want to help other young people find work experience based on their interests. This can lead to paid employment. I first heard about Talent
Robin’s self-esteem and confidence greatly suffered because he was constantly getting turned down for work. After seeing an advert in their local volunteer centre to become a Youth Action Team member at Talent Match Staffordshire, Robin decided it would be a good opportunity to try. After contacting the Talent Match Staffordshire Co-ordinator, Robin was invited
Aron was a high achiever at school, good qualifications at college and part time work – this young person’s prospects started well. However things took a turn for the worst as they began to suffer from an illness and found themselves unemployed. Lacking confidence and unsure of what do, Aron contacted Talent Match Staffordshire who
A local Job Centre recommended Becca found out more about Talent Match Staffordshire. Becca really wanted to find a job and had just been through the Job Centre work programme. Straight after Becca had been told about Talent Match Staffordshire she walked down to their local office and met up with the Talent Match Co-ordinator.