Fri, 2016-05-13 10:05 AM
According to a report published by Third Force News, an online resource dedicated exclusively to Scotland’s third sector, Radiant and Brighter Communities – a charity based in Glasgow, Scotland – recently found newly arrived, non-EU immigrants employment thanks to an innovative new project.
The charity has been working in partnership with one of the UK’s leading retailers in Glasgow, enabling immigrants from outside of the European Union to find work.
Formed in 2014 by Pheona and Micheal Matovu, Radiant and Brighter Communities recently helped two men from Sudan secure jobs with retail giant Marks and Spencer. The men have been offered job roles in customer services at a new store in Uddingston.
For the full story visit www.workpermit.com website.