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Wednesday, 7 May 2014
"Le Gresley Gives Free Money And Labour To The Well Off"
New hope for jobless young people
More public money into private pockets!
A new scheme to help young people find work in Jersey has been announced.
Bosses who give permanent jobs to local 16- to 24-year-olds who have been looking for work for six months or more will receive £6,500 to cover pay for the first six months. Government has made £650,000 available - enough to get a hundred long-term jobless young people into employment.
Social Security Minister Senator Francis Le Gresley says young people are often untapped talent who are keen to work and just need a chance.
"Many have been through training courses and work experience programmes and are eager to work to their full potential yet employers will often choose someone with more experience. I hope that this Incentive will help give young people that first step into sustainable employment," said Le Gresley.
Under the Youth Incentive scheme announced today (Wednesday), employers will receive:
£6,500 per new employee to cover six months' salary at 35 hours a week, plus the Social Security contributions.
Support from Back to Work in finding eligible candidates.
Six months' in-work support from a Back to Work mentor.