The Youth Employment Charter is aiming to help the recruitment industry, education and employers to work better together to provide young people with the skills needed to fill jobs, and create the employment positions for them to fill.
Recruitment agencies and individual recruitment professionals who sign up to the Charter will help to developing links with local schools, promote apprenticeships and internships and provide opportunities for young jobseekers to work with recruitment agencies.
Commenting on the launch, John Dunn, chair of the REC's Education Sector Group and signatory to the Charter said: "We all have a duty of care to help young jobseekers understand the options open to them and the best sources of information to help them make the best choices to get onto the first rung of the jobs ladder."
Recently, Christopher Kinsella, acting chief executive at the Chartered Management Institute, said that young people weighing up their career options following GCSE, A-level and university exam results should think about gaining professional qualifications.
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Source: The Sales Director News