85% of CEOs say workforce diversity improves their bottom line. Listen to our speakers discuss how changing the way you work and recruit can be of benefit to your business.
Support for pregnant women who have been discriminated by their employer
A website has been set up to offer advice and support to pregnant women who have found themselves victim of workplace discrimination – particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
InWorkGM Disability Confident webinar - May 21
If you’d like to find out how changing the way you recruit and work can benefit your organisation, join us on Thursday May 21 at 11am for the InWorkGM Disability Confident webinar.
Greater Manchester Needs You – Care workers urgently needed across the city-region
Whether you’re already an experienced carer, have cared for a loved one or have little or no experience, Greater Manchester needs you to help it battle through the worst public health crisis of a generation
Skills Support for Employment
Delivered across Greater Manchester (and Sheffield City-Region), Skills Support for Employment can help businesses within the healthcare sector, and individuals who are looking to kickstart their career within the industry.
Latest vacancies advertised across Greater Manchester
There are a range of employers across Greater Manchester looking to fill roles with an immediate start. From in-store assistants, warehousing assistants and drivers, to food production operatives, customer service advisors and roles within the NHS, take a look at some of the latest vacancies available.
Cera Care set to create 10,000 new jobs for people made redundant as a result of Coronavirus outbreak
Cera Care, a private healthcare company, is looking to create around 10,000 new jobs so they can continue to support the elderly and vulnerable in their own homes as the Coronavirus crisis continues.
Increased demand for cereal leads to urgent recruitment drive at Kellogg’s
Kellogg’s in Trafford Park are urgently seeking staff to help meet increased demand for cereal across the country, as shoppers disregard warnings not to stockpile goods during the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak.
Supermarkets to collectively create 25,000 new jobs to cope with Coronavirus demand
Lidl, Asda, Aldi, Morrisons and the Co-Op have joined forces to create thousands of new vacancies in light of the current COVID-19 outbreak.