Tuesday, 15 January 2013
How Twee - Are They Not Supposed To Be Doing It Anyway?
Tuesday 15 January 2013: Published on Monday 14 January 2013 09:02
Give us a chance to work (Star)
"TODAY The Star kick starts a campaign to get Sheffield’s unemployed back into work - as latest figures show more than 17,000 city residents rely on jobseeker benefits.
The We Want to Work campaign is giving 10 candidates taking part in the Government’s work programme the chance to showcase their skills and potential.
The Star has joined forces with Action 4 Employment to give these men and women a platform to pitch to prospective employers.
The initiative comes as latest jobless figures show 4.6 per cent of the city’s population is on Jobseekers’ Allowance.
Every week The Star will profile jobseekers as they work on their CVs, prepare for interviews, and gain qualifications to boost their chances of securing employment.
The Deputy Prime Minister and Sheffield MP Nick Clegg has also given backing to the campaign."
STAR CAMPAIGN: Backing Sheffield’s jobhunters to find work - VIDEO (Star)
Tuesday 15 January 2013 07.00 GMT
Former Sheffield driver eyes return to work routine (Star)
Sheffield gets a taste of cold steel as spending cuts hit (Guardian)
"The city's financial plight is set to affect a devastating range of local services. Kevin Meagher reports on the range of cuts following the Government's austerity squeeze."
Leading MPs back The Star’s back-to-work in Sheffield campaign (Star)
Joanne just wants work (Star)
Daryl has determination to get on career ladder (Star)
On the right lines: Chris gets fast track back to work (Mirror)