Exeter Works will offer one stop shop for employment information

A new project aiming to keep Exeter’s employee economy moving and to minimise unemployment launches today. Exeter Works, a joint collaboration between Exeter Chamber of Commerce and Exeter City Council, will launch with a website signposting useful resources for individuals looking for work, developing their skills or facing redundancy.

The project launched as part of the Chamber’s online event [Re]Focus which brought together one hundred members of the business community, sharing information about the website as well as people’s experiences of recruiting, redundancy, securing a job, winning an apprenticeship and starting a business during the pandemic.

The Exeter Works website is being supported by Cathedral Appointments, Building Greater Exeter and InExeter, with more opportunities available.

www.exeterworks.org

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