HELPING YOU INTO WORK
Helping you into Work
Looking for work can be a difficult job in itself. You might have been out of work for a while and feeling unconfident about stepping back in.
Maybe you would like to take on extra hours but are worried about how it’s going to affect your finances or childcare. Or you fancy moving up the career ladder but are not sure how to take the first step.
Our support can help you make the leap.
Our In Work Support Service provides support for employed people who want to take on more hours or responsibilities at work, but may be held back by barriers or concerns. To find out how we can help, call us on 01745 336442 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
CHANGING YOUR JOB
Understand how a change of job might affect your finances or benefits. We help you assess how a change in income would affect your benefits or household finances – with tips on how to maximize your income.
I CAN WORK
If you’ve been off work for up to 12 months, experience mental health issues such as low mood or anxiety, and would like help with getting back to work, our I CAN WORK service offers specialist support. Read more…
IN WORK SUPPORT SERVICE
Want to take on a new role at work, but lack of confidence holding you back? Not sure about what a change might mean for your household finances? Need help selling your skills, sourcing vacancies or preparing for interview? Our In Work Support Service provides one-to-one coaching and guidance to help working people fulfil their potential, while our bite-sized webinar workshops can help you build resilience, motivation and confidence – ready to take the next step.
In-Work Support Service
The In-Work Support Service is part-funded by European Social Funding through the Welsh Government, providing free wellbeing support for employees and businesses in Conwy, Denbighshire, Anglesey and Gwynedd. To find out how we can help you or your business and to check your eligibility: