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thefutureworks offers a variety of employment opportunities for experienced candidates seeking their next career move, as well as for graduates and students. These include permanent and temporary opportunities. So you don’t have to be a student to register with thefutureworks, we secure people into the right positions and assist you in finding the right career move based on your skills and experience level.

 

You can help thefutureworks to help you find work:

It is essential that we continue to raise awareness of thefutureworks and in conjunction, help raise the profile Coventry University. This will enable us to secure a variety of opportunities for current and past students. This is where you can help us to help you. If you hear of organisations who are recruiting, let us know and we can contact them to let them know about thefutureworks and encourage them to engage with the University as a resource for quality candidates.

 

Graduates and post graduates…thefutureworks provides graduate level opportunities!

Whether you are seeking a position as a recent graduate or looking to make the next career move, thefutureworks provides entry level career opportunities for graduates and senior level opportunities for post-graduates.

 

Gender Pay Gap Reporting – 2021, 2020, 2018
Gender Pay Gap Report Written Statement

thefutureworks is a division of PeoplesFuture Ltd, which is a subsidiary company of Coventry University.  It provides employability services as an employment business and employment agency, providing recruitment services for both permanent recruitment and the supply of temporary agency workers to employer clients as well as Coventry University, including professional support roles and opportunities for students, currently across Coventry and Warwickshire.

From 2017, any employer who has 250 employees or more must publish and report specific figures in line with the government’s guidance about their gender pay gap.  These figures are based on an employer’s payroll data drawn from a specific date each year, known as a ‘snapshot date’.

The purpose is to understand, and make public the difference between the average (mean or median) earnings of men and women across a workforce.

Employers must;

  • Publish their gender pay gap data and a written statement on their public facing website
  • Report their data to the government online using the gender pay gap reporting service

Declaration

This statement confirms that the published information is accurate at the time of publishing and is signed by Chris Raybould, Managing Director.

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