Beyond recruitment, Career Moves looks to improve the hiring process rather than simply turning the wheel.
Our efforts are threefold. We volunteer regularly at Queen’s Park Community School through Career Ready, are recognised as a Disability Confident Committed employer, and host educational wellbeing events for our clients to help them improve their internal culture.
Each of these causes are close to our core proposition values as we hope to make a difference within the world of work.
Career Ready: Queen's Park Community School
Spearheaded by our Head of Corporate HR Recruitment, Sheryll Karpel, our employees visit Queen’s Park Community School to assist 16-17 year olds into the World of Work.
Career Ready is a UK wide charity linking employers with schools and colleges to open up the world of work to young people. This initiative gives students to whom these opportunities wouldn’t normally be so available, the confidence, skills and networks to achieve their potential.
The students work with experts in education and business to develop high quality, employer-endorsed materials, which deliver a set of skills for Career Success to help students compete with the best in the country.
Disability Confident: Committed
As part of the Disability Confident programme, Career Moves works closely with the REC to promote inclusive changes within the workspace to assist employers recruit and retain talented members of staff who have disabilities and health conditions.
The Recruitment Industry Disability Initiative (RIDI) works in conjunction with the Department for Work & Pensions to promote the scheme and help businesses discover people that their businesses just couldn’t do without.
Career Moves Group helps to promote the scheme through working with employers to remove barriers, increase understanding and ensure that disabled people have the opportunities to fulfil their potential and realise their own aspirations.
Thrive, Performance & Wellbeing
Career Moves and Thrive, Performance, & Wellbeing have partnered to revolutionise wellbeing practices in London for high-performing companies.
A positive wellbeing strategy improves employer branding and can increase commercial success through engaging and retaining talented members of staff. When develop as a key company initiative, businesses can progress to a high standard of candidate attraction and improve their current employee relationship.