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Dyer & Butler joins The 5% Club

Posted 25 February 2020 · Add Comment

Dyer & Butler has joined The 5% Club, an industry-led initiative focused on driving momentum into the recruitment of apprentices, graduates and sponsored students.


Courtesy Dyer & Butler

 
The 5% Club is a movement of more than 300 employers providing ‘earn and learn’ opportunities to develop the skills and talents people need to become more employable and create meaningful careers. Companies joining The 5% Club commit to raising the number of apprentices, sponsored students and graduates on formal programmes to 5% of their total workforce within five years.
 
Lady Cobham, Director General of The 5% Club, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Dyer & Butler into membership. The 5% Club provides a fantastic network of HR professionals, sharing and learning from each other.  All our members share an ethos of creating a skilled workforce through ‘earn and learn’ development programmes, helping people develop meaningful career paths.”
 
Dyer and Butler Safety, Sustainability and Training Director, Steve Broom, added: “We invest heavily in training of our staff and we are currently exceeding the pledged 5%, with over 7% of our people in ‘earn and learn’ placements, demonstrating Dyer & Butler’s commitment towards investment in our people.”
 

For further information: www.5percentclub.org.uk 

 



 

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