Pluss is absolutely delighted to have won the ERSA Employability Awards 2016 'Disability and Health Employment Award'.
The award was announced at a special ceremony in London hosted by ITV news presenter Lucrezia Millarini and attended by new Minister for Disabled People, Work and Health, Penny Mordaunt MP.
Pluss were also pleased to be highly commended in the IEP 'Professionalisation Award'.
The Employability Awards, now in their fourth year, showcase and champion best practice from across the employment support sector, celebrating the hard work and achievements of those involved in supporting people into work.
The 'Health and Disability Award' recognises a provider who has demonstrated exceptional commitment in supporting jobseekers with limiting disabilities and health conditions to achieve sustained employment.
This year the awards were judged by Nick Butler, Policy Lead for the Work and Health Programme at the Department for Work and Pensions; Andy Cook, Programmes Director at the Centre for Social Justice; and Christine Chang, Senior Director, Investments at Big Society Capital.
Celebrating the evening in style were Steve Hawkins (CEO), Paul James (Finance Director), Rhys Toone (Head of Employment Operations), Sarah Smith (Business Support Team Co-ordinator), Tayler Smyth (Job Broker), Heather Jones (Job Broker) and Geraldine Scott-Smith (Communications Manager).