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This guide sets out examples from employers who have already achieved impact and aims to give confidence and inspiration as employers plan activities
The case studies are from a number of Cornerstone Employers and showcase some of the projects and partnerships that exist.
A flyer to provide information for others considering the Cornerstone Employer role
Logo to be included in Cornerstone Employers' email signature and website
We have created a roadmap in partnership with Cornerstone Employers from across our network that will act as a navigator on your journey as an advocate for employers and young people.
The roadmap will provide all the resources, guidance, and links you need including:
- Examples of good practice from individuals and groups
- Guidance around working collaboratively to create a greater impact
- Links to networking opportunities
- A step-by-step approach for employers at every stage of their Cornerstone journey
- Checklists to build and maintain momentum
Three template slides about the role and getting others involved
Some suggested messaging for when you are announcing your Cornerstone Employer role internally
Some suggested messaging for inclusion in reports
Some suggested messaging for when you are announcing your Cornerstone Employer role on your website
You have made a commitment to support this work and your stakeholders want to hear about the work you are undertaking. We have created a communications pack that not only provides the tools and support you need but shares ways in which you can use them to further develop your profile as a leading voice in building the workforce of tomorrow.
Our Working Together Kit will provide practical ideas and examples that you can adopt to share your innovation and good practice.
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