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Svella Connect Becomes Youth Friendly Employer

Svella Connect has strengthened its commitment to the recruitment of young people to its business and to the industry.

The company has signed up to the Good Youth Employment Charter, a voluntary contract which aims to address the problem of growing youth unemployment by providing high quality opportunities, recognising talent and developing skills.

The Charter particularly focuses on young people who might otherwise struggle to find employment because they are from low socio-economic backgrounds, ethnic minorities or with disabilities.

By aligning with the Charter and its principles, Svella Connect is further expanding on its youth recruitment strategy and its vision of being the employer of choice in the telecoms sector.

The company, which is expanding its successful apprenticeship programme, has recently become a disability confident employer as well as a signatory to the Armed Forces Covenant, which commits to providing career opportunities to former military personnel.

Svella Connect People Director Nicola Arrowsmith says: “Being young and from a disadvantaged background should be no impediment to finding a first-class career.

“We believe there is so much talent out there, and by signing up to the Good Youth Employment Charter we aim to identify and nurture it by providing employment opportunities within this vibrant and growing industry.”


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