Ingeus and Pluss have announced a joint initiative to help people with disabilities and long-term health conditions into sustainable work.
The collaboration brings together Ingeus’ proven expertise in supporting jobseekers, including those with complex health conditions, with Pluss’ award-winning approach to helping people with disabilities back into work.
Both organisations will also share their extensive experience of working with employers to open up job and career opportunities for all.
Steve Hawkins, the Chief Executive Officer at Pluss says: “I am delighted that Pluss and Ingeus have come together to launch this ground-breaking initiative. We share a deep-rooted commitment to helping transform the lives of those facing difficulties in securing work through health or disability. Pluss’ collaboration with Ingeus will increase our impact, enabling us to further support the Government’s commitment to halve the disability employment gap.”
Jack Sawyer, the Chief Executive Officer at Ingeus says: “It is a fantastic opportunity to be working with Pluss. Teams of both organisations are now working together to develop a next-generation employment programme that will lead the field and offer an effective evidence-based approach to tackling unemployment, health and disadvantage.”
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More about Ingeus and Pluss partnership working:
- As experts in work, health, and disability support services, Ingeus and Pluss are bringing together their collective expertise and extensive experience working with employers to develop a new service offer for the Work and Health Programme and to help halve the disability employment gap.
- This new initiative will combine the specialisms and proven methodologies of both organisations to deliver a next-generation employment support programme.
- As performance-focused values-driven organisations we have set up a joint project group and are developing a new locally integrated service blending support for employment, health conditions and disabilities.
- Both Ingeus and Pluss will remain separate organisations, retaining full independent control of their contracts and service delivery.