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Capp launch the Jobmi Manifesto

 

We are proud to launch the Jobmi Manifesto today, on the opening day of National Apprenticeship Week and National Careers Week.
 

Jobmi is the employability and recruitment platform from Capp. It connects young people and employers. Young people are matched to the company’s success criteria using a range of Jobmi assessments that are free to access. Employers find candidates who are pre-screened and pre-qualified, and a fit for their culture, role and future.
 

Through the Jobmi Manifesto, we are building a stakeholder coalition to improve job prospects and recruitment practices for young people.
 

In the Jobmi Manifesto, you will see how we are working to:
 

Excite employers
Energise schools, colleges and universities
Engage young people
Enable strengths
Empower social mobility

 

Show your support for the Jobmi Manifesto here.

If you really want to help, please forward this to your colleagues and friends who want to support young people and early careers.
 

Together we will make a difference to the employability and recruitment prospects of young people.
 

Thank you
 

Capp
 

www.capp.co/

www.jobmi.com

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The Challenge of Youth Unemployment

Posted by: Alex Linley

 

John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, has called on George Osborne to ensure that the 2014 budget focuses on youth unemployment. With the unemployment rate at 19.9% for 16-24 year olds, there is a lot that needs to be done.

 

That’s one in five of our young people who are out of work, missing the chance to realise their potential and develop their careers. In a developed economy such as ours in the UK, that is simply not good enough.

 

At Capp, we have taken our experience and expertise in early careers recruitment, our wide university and student connections, and our deep knowledge and capability in assessment and development. We have combined them to build Jobmi.

 

Jobmi is the employability and recruitment platform, aimed at 16-24 year olds, and providing them with routes to develop their employability and find jobs.

 

With National Apprenticeship Week next week, we will be taking the opportunity to launch the Jobmi Manifesto, setting out just what we and our partners are working together to achieve through Jobmi.

 

There’s a better way to deliver better outcomes for everybody involved in early careers recruitment. With Jobmi we’re going to show how this can be done.

 

Join Jobmi at www.jobmi.com.

 

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