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Need New Staff? - Jobs Growth Wales

Could your Wales based business offer a young person a six month job opportunity?

If so, the Welsh Government will help you by paying 50% of the salary costs for a young person for a six month period.
  • You will be giving a job-ready young person the chance to have experience of a real job
  • You gain an employee who is funded by the Welsh Government for six months
  • You will be giving a young person the opportunity to start their working life and North Wales Training will assist you to advertise your Jobs Growth Wales vacancy through the Careers Wales online recruitment system

    You need to make sure:

    • The jobs are additional to your existing workforce
    • It is a job that will give the young person valuable work experience
    • There is a job description and contract of employment
    • The young person will be employed for the whole 6 months

    At the end of the six months:

    We expect that you will be able to give the young person a permanent position or offer them an apprenticeship.

    For more information call a member of our team today on 01492 543431

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