“For smaller organisations, with a smaller and potentially more flexible workforce, it may seem harder to identify opportunities to improve employee wellbeing or find the time and resources to invest in it – but there are things that small businesses can do and that are not always expensive or complicated.”
As part of the programme, survivors are offered a four-week paid work placement. At the end of this period they have a non-competitive interview. Providing they are successful, they are offered a permanent job within the host business.
These pressures have been exacerbated by the UK’s Government continuing constraints on public spending and the ongoing impact of tax and welfare reforms which have disproportionately affected our more deprived communities.
“Our director, Victoria Winckler, will deliver a keynote address reflecting on the state of Wales today and the prospects for eradicating poverty, inequality and injustice. Dr Kate Allatt, internationally-published author and acclaimed speaker, will describe her inspiring personal struggle. You’ll also find out our plans for the coming year.”
Replacing the 2013 ‘Framework for Action on Independent Living’, the new approach focuses on key issues identified by disabled people including transport, employment, housing and access to buildings and places.
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“I am very pleased indeed that WISERD has been awarded further ESRC follow-on ‘centres transition funding ’… …It will enable us to work with our partners to deepen our capacity to translate our research into policy and practice, and to develop further research in the future.”
A ‘review of reviews’ that is based on a sift of 364 evidence reviews from across the world, and within the UK. It was carried out with our Culture and Sport Evidence team at Brunel University London and Tempere University, Finland.
The British Social Attitudes survey has been carried out annually by the National Centre for Social Research since 1983. Every year they ask over 3,000 people what it’s like to live in Britain and how they think Britain is run.
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