Matching people
to opportunity

By working with us you will reach candidates that your normal recruitment approaches may not. By employing Work and Health North West participants you will be giving local people who are keen to work an opportunity to add diversity to your workforce and create better lives for themselves.

Employing local talent

As a Disability Confident Leader we understand how to successfully employ and retain disabled people and those with health conditions.

According to Disability Confident by broadening your candidate search you can:

  • draw from the widest talent pool
  • secure high quality, loyal and hardworking candidates
  • improve employee morale and commitment by demonstrating that you treat all employees fairly.

How it works

Once we meet with you to understand your recruitment needs, we will then review our candidate base and identify enthusiastic and ambitious individuals who we know will meet your specific criteria. For those who show the potential, we can arrange pre-employment training to get them ready to meet you.

Dedicated employer team

We will screen CVs, arrange interviews and ensure your potential new recruits are well-prepared and interview ready. If any candidate needs additional support to attend an interview or work we will help you make reasonable adjustments. This includes accessing funded support where applicable.

Staying in work

In addition to this, we create a tailored in-work plan for our candidates to help them settle into their new role and new routine. They can continue to access skills training as well as health and wellbeing support from our teams while in employment.

There is no charge for our services as we are fully funded by the Department for Work and Pensions.

Get in touch

Discover a new way to hire and get in touch today by completing the below form:



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This programme is co-financed by the European Social Fund