Working Links was set up in 2000 to deliver the first wave of ‘welfare to work’ contracts in Britain.
We have evolved ever since, helping hundreds of thousands of people maximise their potential and remain as committed as ever to helping people find work.
We believe work is the best route out of poverty and aim to help people move away from welfare dependency. Benefits should not be seen as a long-term option of those that can work, but merely a transitional measure.
Our track record speaks for itself. Since 2000, we’ve supported almost 300,000 people into work and are recognised as a best-in-class employability provider by governments in Britain and beyond.
JobPath: In a joint venture with Irish firm FRS Recruitment, we have created Turas Nua to deliver the Irish government’s first ever back to work programme to help long-term unemployed people. Similar to the Work Programme, JobPath aims to provide tailored support to people as they search to find sustainable work.
After wanting to get her life back on track, Robyn was teamed up with personal consultant Abbie Clift who guided her through the process of moving away from benefits and into employment.