Movement to Work is a voluntary collaboration of UK employers committed to tackling youth unemployment through provision of high quality vocational training and work experience opportunities for young people.
Our employers members create employment and work experience placement opportunities for unemployed young people 16-30 years of age who have been out of work, education or training for some time.
Addressing the digital and technology skills shortage.
Passionate about growing talent in hospitality.
The British Army
The British Army- Find where you belong.
A diversified pre-apprenticeship talent pipeline.
Sector: Financial Services
‘Diversity at heart’ – taking a holistic approach to bringing the best talent into Barclays.
British Heart Foundation
Sector: Third Sector
Providing workplace experience and training to young people welcoming and supportive environment.
British Racing School
Harness your potential with a career in Horseracing.
Boosting young peoples’ opportunities and inspiring them into careers in the digital world of work
Assuring a future talent pipeline in the healthcare sector.
Sector: Energy & Services
Helping young people build the confidence and skills to succeed.
Driving diversity and investing in the future through work placements.
Debt Free London
Join the 250,000 people who have already benefited from free debt advice from dedicated staff across our partnership of 21 debt charities throughout London.
Delivering opportunities through a commercial network.
Enterprise gives everyone the freedom to explore their potential.
Investing in individuals to help them challenge barriers to social mobility.
Enabling trainees to be successful in their next steps, whatever they may be.
Marks & Spencer
Building a more diverse and inclusive retail sector workforce.
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
Sector: Health and Social Care
We aim to increase and diversify our workforce through supporting our local communities to gain relevant and meaningful experience.
Securing the future of hospitality with great talent by developing non-traditional pathways into work.
Providing an inclusive working environment and culture that remains open to “all” young people irrespective of backgrounds and beliefs.
Offering training and work experience for people to develop essential skills that lead to increased opportunities of employment.
Encouraging career development and progression with bespoke on the job training.
Supporting individuals to develop new skills and re-skill to get the most from their career in retail.
Somerset County Council
Providing support for all our young people to be successful in their future lives.
Opportunities to get on.
Give someone a start.
The Body Shop
We are Open hiring; a model that’s based on trust and potential, rather than a person’s history.
Sector: Consumer Goods
Creating an Inclusive business to make sustainable living commonplace
Sector: Local Government
Reducing inequalities and maximising all potential.
Raising the aspirations of young people, creating local employment and training opportunities for those facing barriers to work.