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Black Country LEP works alongside Jobcentre Plus

The Black Country LEP, works alongside Jobcentre Plus as one of the key partners who can help businesses move towards ambitious growth aspirations, whilst also reinvesting in local communities. Jobcentre Plus have a range of free recruitment services that can help you as an employer build your business and meet your recruitment needs.

The services include:

• Recruitment support and advice, including bespoke job-matching
• Help setting up work trials to give you the opportunity to try out potential recruits
• Help through the Work Choice and Access to Work programmes to employ a disabled person who needs specialist support 
• Support from other employment schemes, including Work Clubs and help with Work Experience

The BC LEP supports this work, as it positively impacts on employment levels and economic prosperity. The Black Country are keen for you to support the Apprenticeship initiative, providing mutually beneficial training opportunities to support your potential growth and the development of a young person into an effective, valued employee.

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