North Lanarkshire’s Working, in partnership with Routes to Work, will help you recruit the right person for the right job for your organisation.
Building a Workforce for The Future across North Lanarkshire
Supporting families get into work and helping those in low paid work to increase their wages.
If you’re 16 to 24 and not sure what to do next, we can help you work out the next step in your journey into work.
Are you aged 16 to 24 and currently out of work, or not in education or training?
We offer a free disability employment support service to aid people with disabilities find work.
Whatever your barriers are to finding work, we have a range of support services to help you.
When Morgan Blacksmiths were looking to fill a few positions in their company they decided to approach North Lanarkshire’s Working after hitting a dead end with various online job advertising sites.
MA Carpentry approached North Lanarkshire’s Working for support when they were interested in growing their business by taking on an apprentice.
Walker Profile’s Operation Director first heard about North Lanarkshire’s Working when one of the team’s Employability Development Officers called to explain the support that was available to them as a local business.
Brogan registered with Routes to Work when she came to the end of her contract as an Apprentice Administration Assistant.
Tony had been unemployed for a few months when he registered with North Lanarkshire’s Working to help him find a job.