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Our reputation as a great employer – which creates opportunities for the disadvantaged and long-term unemployed – has been further acknowledged.
The Right Fuelcard Company (TRFC), who runs our fab Foundation, has scooped the Diversity award in The Yorkshire Post’s Excellence in Business Awards 2017, where it was also shortlisted in the Outstanding Employer category. Continue reading →
The buzz and excitement continues as we celebrate retaining our cherished Investors in People accreditation for another three years.
Following our assessment, an IiP assessor said: “The organisation’s approach to The Bayford Foundation shows exemplary practice in working with individuals who have been unemployed for long periods to support and develop them back into working life; with some moving on to sales roles within The Right Fuelcard Company.” Continue reading →
Our recruitment campaign to find fab telesales people is storming ahead and it’s great to hear the news that ONS statistics out this month revealed that unemployment is at 6.2% – its lowest since 2008.
As a Telesales Executive working for a rapidly expanding business, which is proud to be listed in the Insider Growth 100, you will be working for one of the major players in the UK fuel card industry.
This is a challenging time when you feel in limbo waiting to hear if you got the job. You’re probably also feeling relieved that the preparation and the interview itself is over – as well as feeling nervous about the outcome.
Brittany Taylor, June Forsyth & Chantelle Robinson
We’re over the moon after our pioneering foundation which is creating dozens of telesales jobs in the short term – and hundreds of long-term job opportunities – has been prominently profiled this week in the Yorkshire Post.
Feature writer Chris Bond came to meet us at our offices in Hunslet to find out what our training programmes involve at the Bayford Foundation.
As the New Year begins many people are looking to make a new start, take on new opportunities or and even make a promise to do something different in their lives. For others it’s not always that simple.
The Princes Trust has released information on how unemployment has effected the youth of today. The research involved interviewing 2,000 young people from across the UK. Their findings reflect how youngsters are feeling in the current economic climate. Continue reading →
Celebrating success: l to r) Adam Walsh, MD of The Right Fuel Card Company with graduates: Waqas Khan, Steve Connolly, Jackie Pfumojeno, Luke Storey, Jamie Gormley and Calum Brown with June Forsyth, Bayford Foundation Project Leader.
We’re celebrating a flying start to 2014 as our Foundation promotes six of our recruits into full time employment – and launches our third bootcamp.
The achievements of our second bootcamp – fuelled by the success of our first four graduates from our first bootcamp – has seen the Foundation has created ten jobs for employees – all of whom are now earning a minimum £16k annual salary with our BE Fuel Cards team with the potential to ramp up their earnings as they progress. Continue reading →
In the 2013 year end countdown we want to thank and celebrate our fantastic partners who have been instrumental in helping us to fulfil our goals of investing in jobs for the future and putting something back into local communities to generate vibrant employment opportunities.