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Connecting local communities to opportunity

Among rising poverty and inequality, cost of living crises and environmental challenges, good work can be a driver for positive social change in our communities.

Meanwhile for employers, rising skills shortages and DEI priorities are creating a growing desire to look local for diverse talent. We help to connect the dots.

We support local authorities, Housing Associations, NHS Trusts and other anchor institutions to hire local, unlock meaningful social value from their supply chains, and help connect residents to support and opportunities from a network of employers.


We partner with public sector organisations to understand their key priorities and support needs, and then work with and through local community partners to connect residents to resources, support, opportunities and good work from employers around them.

What we deliver


Community engagement

We're experienced in working with and through local partners to identify, engage and connect priority groups to support and opportunity


Impactful, branded jobs platform

 White-labelled versions of our innovative platform - which can automatically aggregate good local jobs

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Employer & supply chain engagement

We speak the language of employers - working with them to identify their needs and connect them to local, diverse talent

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Detailed impact reporting

Including on jobseeker profile and support needs, applications, successful jobs starts and more - delivered in a quarterly impact report

Case studies


Peabody x goodwork

A partnership connecting Peabody tenants to career guidance and good work opportunities, while enabling the delivery of social value for local communities from Peabody and its supply chain. Initially this partnership will focus on a few key boroughs; but then widen to their 220,000 customers across London and the home counties.

How we're supporting Peabody: 

  • Unlocking social value from Peabody supply chain

  • Tenant engagement, onboarding and career support

  • Supporting Peabody’s inclusive employer aims

  • Impact measurement and reporting

Impact on Urban Health x Disability Employment

We partnered with Impact on Urban Health, the largest place-based foundation in Europe. Together we delivered action-oriented research, consultation and insight to understand the barriers to good work faced by jobseekers with long term conditions in Lambeth and Southwark.

The disability employment gap has remained stubbornly high in recent decades. Our research aimed to understand the barriers faced by jobseekers and employers, and co-design solutions and opportunities to overcome these barriers.

The process involved consultations with dozens of employers and hundreds of jobseekers with disabilities and long term conditions, as well as engagement with local community organisations. The recommendations were rooted in the key insights found - especially the power of peer networks and support, the need for improvement in employer processes, and the role the right tech can play in connecting two sides of the market. These insights help to inform our approaches to inclusive employment and good work.

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