2015 press releases | Remploy

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  • Richard is lovin' life at McDonald's

    Published Thursday, 26th March 2015

    A Caernarfon man who struggled to find work because of a long-term health condition believes his life is now back on track after securing a permanent job at McDonald’s restaurant in the town.

  • Remploy marks beginning of new era with contract win

    Published Wednesday, 25th March 2015

    Remploy are one of six successful bidders to be awarded a two year contract delivering the new Specialist Employability Support (SES) programme.

  • Richard takes a big step towards a fulfilling career

    Published Tuesday, 17th March 2015

    Richard from South London found success after an innovative work placement programme from Remploy.

  • Back to work for Brian

    Published Tuesday, 17th March 2015

    A Crewe man, who had been unemployed for 20 years, is finally working again thanks to the support he received from McDonald’s and Remploy, which provides specialist employment services for people with disabilities and health conditions.

  • Remploy secures long-term future with MAXIMUS joint venture

    Published Thursday, 12th March 2015

    Remploy Employment Services will leave government ownership with the creation of a joint venture between Remploy employees and MAXIMUS.

  • Jobseekers working at Tesco

    Published Wednesday, 11th March 2015

    Four disabled jobseekers from Suffolk have spoken movingly of the frustration and stress unemployment caused them and of their gratitude for the specialist support they received in finding work with one of Britain’s leading retailers.

  • No mystery as to why Melanie is a success in new job

    Published Wednesday, 11th March 2015

    A Sheffield jobseeker who feared her health condition might ruin her chances of having a fulfilling career, is celebrating landing her first job.

  • Remploy welcomes increase in access to work support

    Published Wednesday, 11th March 2015

    Figures released by the Government that show a large increase in the number of disabled people taking advantage of support to get or keep a job, have been welcomed by Remploy.

  • Wait is over for Matthew

    Published Thursday, 5th March 2015

    A Derby man who experienced the frustration of three years’ unemployment is back in work thanks to an innovative partnership between Remploy and Marks & Spencer.

  • Remploy helps pupils prepare for work

    Published Thursday, 5th March 2015

    As part of the company’s ‘Be the Change’ volunteering initiative, a team from Remploy’s Employment Services branch in Leeds has helped pupils at a local high school gain vital experience of job interviews.

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