Social Mobility resources

Toolkit – The Building Blocks: An employer’s guide to social mobility in the workplace.

This new toolkit provides simple, first-step guidance to help businesses and organisations of all sizes, up and down the country, access a wealth of untapped talent and kickstart their socio-economic diversity strategy.

It includes recommended interventions on data, culture and leadership, recruitment, and outreach practices, which are designed to be accessible to all organisations. Even the smallest businesses, and those without large HR departments, will be able to apply many of the recommendations, so we hope you find it useful no matter where you are on your social mobility journey.

Download the Building Blocks toolkit now, and learn how to take your first steps in ensuring your organisation is an environment where all staff can thrive, regardless of background.

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Recap: T Levels: What, why, where and how?

T Levels are a new alternative to A levels and other further education courses in England. Equivalent to 3 A levels, a T Level focuses on vocational skills and can help students into employment, higher education or apprenticeships. Each T Level includes an in-depth industry placement that lasts at least 45 days, so students spend […]

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Social mobility and senior roles: why is it important?

14/11/2022

We were delighted to contribute to this article from d&i Leaders (Diversity and Inclusion Leaders), looking at why it’s important for social mobility that people don’t just ‘get in’ to organisations, but are also supported to ‘get on’ and progress in their careers.

Senior leaders from different socio-economic backgrounds have so much to offer organisations, and it’s great to see more and more people recognising the impact that diverse leadership can have.

Not sure where to start? Check out our toolkits for actionable steps to create an organisation where everyone can thrive, regardless of their background. https://lnkd.in/dFWDx3M

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