Helping Haringey’s Jobseekers

12 January 2018

Haringey Adviser

Reed in Partnership is launching a new service in Haringey on Monday to help unemployed residents into work.

More than 9,000 people in Haringey were recorded as being unemployed in figures released in June 2017.

Work Routes Haringey has received funding from London Councils and the European Social Fund (ESF) to offer 375 unemployed Haringey residents free support.

The programme will run for two years to give unemployed people the skills and confidence they need to start work.

Employment Advisers based within the borough will work directly with people to discuss their individual circumstances and offer one-to-one support including: CV development; interview practice; free skills training courses; work experience opportunities; and searching and applying for jobs.

The service will continue to offer people support once they have started a job, to help them navigate their way through the first few days, weeks, or months of their new role. Advisers are also on-hand to support people overcome issues that may be preventing them from starting work, including housing and financial problems, lone parenthood and care responsibilities.

Employment specialists Reed in Partnership will start delivering Work Routes Haringey on Monday 15 January.

Nick Morgan, Regional Director at Reed in Partnership, said:

"We are able to help hundreds of unemployed people from Haringey to start their journey into work.

"The support we offer is friendly, free to Haringey residents, and non-judgemental. Our Advisers are experts at helping people to find work that fits around not only their individual skills and experience, but their personal circumstances, too.

"If you are unemployed and based in Haringey, we'd love to hear from you. You'll have an informal chat with an Adviser, who will tell you about all the different ways that we can support you."

To find out more about Work Routes Haringey and how it could help you, visit or call the team on 020 8885 7625.