Bupa Care wins award

Posted on February 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Bupa Care Services has won the Large Employer Award in recognition of its demonstrated commitment to diversity and equality and the development of fair and effective ways of reaching, selecting and supporting job seekers. Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Alistair Darling presented the awards at the London Employers Coalition New Deal Awards held in January at the Guildhall in London. The New Deal was introduced by the Government to help disabled people, sick people and the over-50s who want to find work. The scheme matches a person¹s skills and abilities to an employer¹s needs and tackles shortages of skills in the workplace. Bupa Care Services¹ national recruitment manager Lucy Brewer works closely with the employment service and care home managers to develop roles within Bupa for New Deal applicants. “We¹re thrilled that we have won this award,” Ms Brewer said. “As an equal opportunity employer Bupa aims to provide roles for disadvantaged candidates across the UK.” One example of Bupa working in

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