Thank you for agreeing to support our campaign, there are a number of ways you can do this, such as signposting to our campaign sites through your own channels.

We would also welcome your help in promoting our jobhelp resources for people looking for work – visit our jobhelp stakeholder toolkit.

Please use the following resources on your channels when promoting the employerhelp website.

1. Newsletter article

2. Stakeholder social media template posts

3. Static images

4. Animations

Newsletter article for use by stakeholders

Use this article to promote the employerhelp website in any newsletters you publish.

A new Jobcentre Plus site has launched to offer you helpful advice about how to fill your critical vacancies, using the Find a Job service.

There’s also useful tips on how to ensure you don’t diminish the response to your job ads by being too specific and help to make sure you recognise transferable skills.

Find a Job can help you reach more than 1.8million registered users and is free to use. Due to Covid-19, many of them have recent experience and skills from other sectors that could really benefit your business. It’s easy to register, post and manage your vacancies online.

Visit employerhelp.dwp.gov.uk

Stakeholder social media template posts

Copy and paste these messages onto your social media platforms.

Try to remove sector specific requirements from your job adverts – recognise transferable skills and you’ll get a wider pool of applicants

Candidates from other industries could have the skills you need to quickly fill your vacancies. Think about transferable skills when you’re recruiting

Find a Job has thousands of experienced, skilled people ready to fill your critical worker vacancies now

Recruiting in a critical sector? A new website from Jobcentre Plus has tips to help you get the people you need

If you’re recruiting critical workers then employerhelp has advice and support to help

Static images

Save the images below to share on your social media channels. To save, right click on the image and select ‘Save As.’

For Facebook and LinkedIn

For Twitter

Animations

Click the download button to save the animations.