Can a work placement scheme help you grow your business?

May 13, 2014 3:59 pm

Parker PR might be typical of small businesses. They are keen to invest in the local economy and add value to the business community. But for sole-traders or micro businesses this can be hard to do.

One excellent solution are employment placement schemes. Often tailored to undergraduates or those recently made redundant, some schemes offer part-funded salaries for a defined period of time.

In Mansfield and Ashfield, Parker PR invested in the Aim Higher undergraduate placement scheme. This case study explains why, and what the positive outcomes were. Could a similar placement scheme help your business?

Parker PR Case study

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