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Employability Day is an opportunity to increase public
awareness about employment support and drive understanding across key stakeholders. We want people to see the positive impact of high quality support
in the local community.

Taking place on Friday 17 June, this year’s focus is around filling vacancies.

There are currently more vacancies than unemployed people. However, the number of the economically inactive is rising. Employment Support organisations can be really help to tackle this participation crisis. 

#WeFillVacancies  

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ASK SETH, which stands for Skills, Employment, Training and Help, is the UK’s first independent gugoihpocollection of online advice and support for a diverse range of people looking for work, and for professionals providing employability support to jobseekers. Visit askseth.org.

About ERSA

ERSA is the trade and membership body campaigning for high quality services for the UK’s jobseekers and low earners. We have charities, local authorities, housing associations, social enterprises, funding bodies and private sector organisations in membership. Our members are a social force for good. We exist to serve the sector and, through the sector, those who use their services.

What Customer Says

"ERSA has been a really supportive and responsive place to turn for members particularly during the pandemic"
John Doe
An ERSA Member
"ERSA is a source for networking and data"
BRENDAN ROSS
St Giles Trust

What Customer Says

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"ERSA has been a really supportive and responsive place to turn for members particularly during the pandemic"
John Doe
An ERSA Member
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"ERSA is a source for networking and data"
BRENDAN ROSS
St Giles Trust

What Customer Says

Group 5@2x
"ERSA has been a really supportive and responsive place to turn for members particularly during the pandemic"
John Doe
An ERSA Member
Group 4@2x
"ERSA is a source for networking and data"
BRENDAN ROSS
St Giles Trust

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