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Joy as Crawley Specsavers become a Platinum employer

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The team at Specsavers Crawley, in The Martlets, are jumping for joy after the store has been externally accredited as a Platinum Employer.

The scheme, accredited by specialist HR firm Korn Ferry Hay, checks that high standards are being met across a number of different areas related to how staff are managed in a Specsavers store.

It is all about helping employees have a great experience across recruitment and induction, performance and talent management, training and development, and employee engagement.

Kumar Keshavji, store director in Crawley, said:

‘Giving our people the best possible experience at work means a lot to us, which is why we are so delighted to have achieved Platinum Employer status.

‘We know that if our staff are happy in their roles, this is passed on to our customers so they have a great experience too.’

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Looking for a job in Crawley? Then you must check out the council’s FREE employment support service

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Crawley Borough Council’s employment support service, Employ Crawley is here to help residents get back on their feet.

The pandemic has had a significant impact on a range of industries, resulting in a challenging few months of job losses, affecting Crawley residents of all ages.  

The Employ Crawley team is on hand to help local job seekers and residents who have recently faced redundancy or are at threat of redundancy. 

Residents can access a range of local job opportunities alongside information, advice and guidance during one-to-one appointments, receiving tailored assistance to support them on their journey into work.

The team can also connect local residents with our businesses partners, enabling them to benefit from the wide range of services that can be offered to support local skills and employability needs.

Cabinet member for Planning and Economic Development, Councillor Peter Smith, said:

“This has been an incredibly difficult year, with many of our residents experiencing redundancy or the threat of redundancy.

“I would like our residents to rest assured that our Employ Crawley team is here to support them and help get them back on their feet and I would encourage anyone in this position to get in touch with our friendly team.”

For more information, please contact Kam and Neil from the Employ Crawley Team by emailing employcrawley@crawley.gov.uk or calling Kam on 07814 903871 or Neil on 07909 730956.

For partnership and business enquiries please contact Ana Maria on 07805 804826 or emailing anamaria.maddock@crawley.gov.uk

For more information, visit investcrawley.co.uk/employment-and-skills

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