Resources

Recruiting Talent 2019 event at Derby College

Documents

Want to know more about recruiting inclusively? We've put together specialist literature covering a variety of subjects:

Mental Health First Aider's Guide for Employees - MHFA, 2019
Mental Health First Aider's Guide for Employers - MHFA, 2019
Guide to Flexible Hiring - Timewise, 2018
Guide to Flexible Working Practices - FSB, 2019
An Employers Guide To Supported Employment - 2018
Autism and Neurodiversity Toolkit for staff and managers - FWP, 2017
The Ageing Workforce - DWP, 2020
Fuller Working Lives Infographic - DWP, 2020

Organisations

As part our remit to reduce the barriers our residents face to employment, we've put together a list of organisations able to support a business to recruit inclusively within Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire:

Organisation

Specialism

Contact

ACAS Employment Law Helpline: 0300 123 1100
Advanced Personnel Management (APM) Ex-Offenders Gary Smith
Autism East Midlands Autism Linda Wakeham
Career Transition Partnership  Ex-Military Dave Hornsey
D2N2 Growth Hub SME Business Support Lucie Andrews
Derby City Council Apprenticeships  
Derbyshire County Council Various Shaun Lewis
Derby College Placements/Internships Holly Dixon
DWP Jobcentre Plus Business Support Julie Gower
East Midlands Chamber SME Business Support Diane Nicholls
Enable Apprenticeships Sam Cook
Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) SME Business Support Michael Watkinson
Joined Up Careers Health & Social Care Abigail Ingram
Live Life Better Derbyshire Health & Wellbeing Sharon Putt
The Prince's Trust Young People Email 
Timewise Flexible Working Email 
Nottingham Jobs Priority & Diverse Groups Phil Yates
Nottinghamshire County Council Adults with Learning Disabilities  
University of Derby Careers Service Various Richard Barber
BBO Towards Work Various Penny Halewood
Wellbeing@Work Award Scheme Wellbeing in the workplace Lucinda Davidson