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Scribe provides General Employment access to the growing healthcare staffing market.
Olympia Park also includes plans for a link road, retail, a care home, football pitches, allotments, cycle lanes, a new school and a neighbourhood centre and new employment access roads which will ultimately generate jobs for the local and wider community.
The strategy has been developed and led by Birmingham City Council's Employment Access Team (EAT) in response to the recruitment and skills requirements of employers within the industry.
The Employment Access Department works with producers and studio and network heads to increase the availability of assignments for African American writers.
The Employment Access, Support and Training (EAST) project at Henley College covers catering retail and horticulture and is supported by Coventry City Council and the Learning and Skills Council Coventry and Warwickshire.
She spent the next 30 years working in shops and offices until she heard about the Health Care Academy Course from employment access provider Worktrack.
A Business Area Improvement Scheme for the Tanhouse area is also planned to upgrade buildings and surrounding environment, while an Employment Access Plan will be drawn up in an attempt to gain local people access to the new jobs.
THE DISABLED ACCESS CREDIT, IRC section 44, allows eligible small businesses a 50% credit for certain expenditures they make to improve employment access for the disabled.