Helping employers to deliver their social impact goals
With acute and chronic skills shortages being reported by the majority of employers, becoming more inclusive, in who, and how you recruit, makes good business sense. But, where do you start?
More and more employers are putting social value and ESG at the heart of their businesses - but delivering on this can be easier said than done. We make it effortless to find diverse local talent, and deliver impact by providing a range of career development opportunities to local communities.
We can help you unlock new pipelines of diverse local talent, offer high impact volunteering opportunities for your employees and deliver measurable diversity and Inclusion impact gains for your organisation.
But why do we do this? Because we believe social mobility is driven by good work and inclusive employment. Our focus is on supporting youth career development in disadvantaged London Boroughs and making it easier for employers to find and hire diverse talent.
Want us to help you deliver on you social impact goals? Get in touch with our team.
Increase your social value
Increase the positive impact you have on the world around you and use the insights to tell a powerful brand story.
Engage your employees
Build employee engagement and align your team with you social impact goals.
Build a future talent pipeline
Access a wider range of talent and enhance your companies success with a more diverse workforce
What we do
We know that good work is one of the main drivers for positive social change. So in September 2023, we launched goodwork.london, a FREE purpose driven jobs board, as a way to connect good employers to diverse local talent.
The platform champions employers who are demonstrating their commitment to being a responsible employer and delivering social value. So, how do we connect diverse talent with purposeful employers?
We’ve made the platform free for purposeful employers.
We only share good jobs.
We champion businesses who focus on inclusive hiring and put social impact first.
We give you the tools to succeed.
To create a diverse talent pool of local residents, we've built relationships with community partners across London, including schools, colleges, community organisations, social enterprises and charities.
Want to learn more? Click the button below to access goodwork.london
Youth Careers Development Programme
Inclusive employment starts at the source and so alongside our jobs board we offer employers a *free managed service to help support the next generation of talent in London Boroughs. We support employers to build their career development offering from work experience to insight days and workshops, so that you can:
Build a pipeline of young, local talent
Demonstrate and deliver on your ESG/Social Value commitments
Provide your employees with inspiring local volunteering experiences
We've worked with a wide (and growing!) network of local schools and colleges to make connecting with local students as simple and effective as possible. So get involved today, and together we can ensure that London's young people have access to the development opportunities they need to thrive.
Curriculum Manager, Business Finance and Digital at Southwark College
"The opportunity with Cherry and NextGen set the student's aspirations higher and gave them a glimpse of what they could achieve. It gave the students a sense of belief and encouraged their passion"
Cherry - Insight Day
Partnering with Cherry, an advertising agency, to deliver in-office workshops for 30 students.
The immersive day included breakout sessions on the different functions of an ad agency - digital and social media, creative design, creative writing, account management, and HR.
LSBU Green Skills - Workshop
Partnering with LSBU Green Skills Hub, Octopus Energy and the UK Civil Service to host Green Skills career enrichment workshops to Year 9 students. The aim - inform the students on the world of green skills and have an interactive discussion on opportunities available.
Wates - Work Experience
We partnered with Wates, one of the UK's leading family owned construction companies, to host work experience opportunities for college students. The students took part in site visits, employability support, lectures/talks and 1-1 mentoring.