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The UK Government has already invested over £400 billion into the Plan for Jobs – and it’s working.

We’ve helped tens of thousands of people retrain, build new skills and get back into work.

Way to Work is a national push to help even more people benefit from the record number of vacancies available in the jobs market, including many in sectors vital to national recovery.

At the same time as record vacancies, we have hundreds of thousands of people on Universal Credit who are actively looking to make a fresh start in work. This means there are many talented, work-ready people on our books who are eager to take on your roles.
This campaign will help people move swiftly back into the world of work and help you fill the roles you and our economy need too.

How Way to Work can help you

If you’re looking to fill a vacancy, we will offer you a named employer adviser in your local Jobcentre to support your journey with us, or a dedicated national account manager if you’re a national employer.

We have a range of recruitment services that can help you as an employer, including:

How to contact Way to Work

Contact us for advice about recruiting for your business using one of the following options:

Call the Employer Services Line on 0800 169 0178
Email us at employer.services@dwp.gov.uk and we can put you in touch with your local employer adviser.

If contacting us by email, please include:

  • business name
  • your contact details
  • the town(s) your business is based in/is recruiting in including full postcodes
  • brief description of your recruitment query

Send a direct message via your Jobcentre Plus local Twitter account.

Additional Information

How to use Find a Job

The Find a Job service offers a simple way for jobseekers to look for work, and for employers to post job adverts.

It is easy and free to use the site, employers register and post their jobs via easy to use forms.

Access to Work

Access to Work is a publicly funded employment support grant scheme. It can pay for practical support that aims to enable disabled people to start or stay in work. To find out more, please visit our Access to Work factsheet for employers.

Disability Confident
The Disability Confident scheme encourages employers to think differently about disability and to take action to improve how you recruit, retain and develop disabled people. To find out more about to make the most of the talents disabled people can bring to your workplace please visit our Disability Confident pages.

Find out more

To find out more about Way to Work visit the Way to Work website.