The Employment Support sector has the answers

As it stands, two of the biggest drivers behind the cost-of-living crisis are high levels of economic inactivity and low pay. As was discussed at length during both of ERSA’s joint party conference fringe events, with New Philanthropy Capital, employment support and civil society have answers to the problems facing this current government, but it […]

Write a blog post for the ERSA website

A blog is a frequently updated webpage with information or opinion. ERSA Blog posts are published regularly with the most recent at the top. When writing for the ERSA blog have a think about the following; Use a catchy opening sentence or title that might include frequently searched terms. It can also help add structure to […]

#ERSAAwards22 | Why apply for an ERSA Award?

ERSA award benefits: Why apply? – Official recognition – Team motivation – Talent attraction – PR – Networking opportunities – Funding and business development growth – Easy application – Success in the ERSA awards – either a shortlist place or award win – is an official commendation of exceptional best practice, judged by independent industry experts. The […]

Far from full employment


The recently released Taylor review was widely covered as an attempt to get to grips with the gig economy amid the growing sense that too much work in the UK was not ‘fair and decent’. The review comes on the back of five years of robust employment growth but stagnant wages and the proliferation of various forms […]

ERSA Manifesto blogs: Liam Crosby from Community Links on Payment by Results contracts

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This piece of writing is part of a series of blogs designed to stimulate discussion around the five key elements of the ERSA Manifesto: commissioning, complex needs, skills, employer needs, youth employment. Any opinions represented within this blog are the authors and do not represent the views of ERSA. Employment support providers know – sometimes […]