ASK SETH, created by ERSA and its members to provide easy-access services for jobseekers, has been shortlisted for a prestigious award.

The Better Society Awards reward commercial companies that help create a better, more equal, ethical and sustainable world for all. ASK SETH has been shortlisted in the Tech for Good category, which honours organisations using technology to improve the lives of others.

ASK SETH stands for Skills, Employment, Training and Help, has been built in partnership with IT provider Frog Systems. It is fast becoming the UK’s key independent collection of online advice and support for a diverse range of people looking for work. It is also the only free, single source digital platform available which doesn’t require sign up or membership from jobseekers.

Elizabeth Taylor, ERSA CEO says: “We are immensely proud of ASK SETH. It is the perfect platform to provide a range of free services to people struggling to find employment or support to do so. Its easily navigable format and simple approach is a perfect example of tech reaching people when they most need it.
“The site provides constant opportunities for our members to showcase their services and reach potential participants. Being shortlisted for a Better Society Award gives us independent validation that ASK SETH is helping to change people’s lives for the better. We value our partnership with Frog Systems and look forward to the site growing in content and capacity.”

Phil Worms, CEO of Frog Systems, adds, “We were delighted to work with ERSA to create this online hub where jobseekers of differing digital abilities can easily access information and support on their journey towards employment. ASK SETH continues to gain momentum as we add videos and resources from more ERSA members. Congratulations to ERSA for being shortlisted. We wish you all the best for the awards.”

The Better Society Award winners will be announced on 11 May. Congratulations to everyone shortlisted.

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