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GLLaB Greenwich Local Labour and Business Employer Engagement – Job Brokerage. Presentation by Claire Hedderman – Recruitment Manager Manager GLLaB. Background. Set up by Greenwich council in 1996 Social regeneration tool Service embedded in the Planning process.
Greenwich Local Labour and Business
Employer Engagement – Job Brokerage.
Claire Hedderman – Recruitment Manager Manager GLLaB
Extensive experience in delivering support to workless residents.
The funding programme impacts on focus of employment support and job broker service delivered to the customer such as residents in deprived areas, Parents, ESOL, health related benefits or job ready customers. Important to seek funds that support key services.
·Ethnic minority placements into work. 48%
·Long term unemployed (12months+) 46%
·Male into work 61%
·Female into work 39%
Number of local residents on paid workexperience (ILM). 354
GLLaB Business Outputs
£33.4 m of local business contracts secured
40% of operational jobs went to Greenwich residents
GLLaB’s aim to maximise the number of jobs going to those most disadvantaged
Work and learn centre
60% AEG/Tutankhamun – Phase 2
Sustainable recruitment target – between 42-46%Achievements with AEG
Greenwich Council have made tackling Worklessness top priority
•Strong strategic and operational partnership arrangements
•LSP Greenwich Employment and Sills Partnership (GESP)
•South East London City Strategy Pathfinder
•Multi Area Agreement
•Employer Summits – Employer Engagement in-depth work with major employers to address unemployment in borough.
Priorities for tackling worklessness are structured around the following
LMS job point
Future Jobs Fund
Service Level Agreement in place.
Volunteer Centre Greenwich
Greenwich Community College
Extensive outreach programme - over 40 locationsRelationship with Partners and JCP
Grade “A” European Computer Driving Licences (ECDL) training suite and exam centre.
Contribution to Greenwich Council Beacon Awards, including:
Promoting Sustainable Tourism,
Improving Accessibility and Reducing Inequalities,
Olympic Games and Paralympics Legacy Award
Awarded Charter Mark in 2002 and 2006 for excellence in the provision of Public Services.
Aligning services to Matrix Standard
GLLaB have been awarded the new standard of Customer Service Excellence Award in 2009 issue by Central Government Cabinet Office.Accreditations for the project
122-130 Powis Street
London SE18 6NN
020 8312 7960