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Best Practice Guide / Housing and employment services

ERSA and the National Housing Federation has launched a best practice guide ‘Housing and employment services: Collaboration in a time of change’ at their joint conference in Birmingham.

The best practice guide, supported by recruitment consultancy, Spirit, aims to encourage and support the development of new models of collaborations between the two sectors by highlighting the diverse models already in place.

This partnership between ERSA, the trade body for the welfare to work industry, and the National Housing Federation, the representative body of affordable housing in the UK, follows a successful joint conference last year between these two sectors, which highlighted the appetite in both sectors to work collaboratively.

The guide includes case studies of those working on a range of employment programmes and with a range of employment services providers, from public sector to large private providers. It is hoped that the guide will be used as a starting point for people to develop their own ways of working together that utilises the strength of all the organisations involved.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor

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