Apply for a Kickstart Scheme grant: 29 or less job placements

The Government describes the scheme as an ‘innovative way to help young people into work and spur Britain’s economic revival’. It was officially launched on Wednesday.

The scheme is subsidised with the Government paying 100 per cent of the age-relevant National Minimum Wage, National Insurance and pension contributions provided young people aged 16-24 are given quality positions with a minimum 25 hours a week.

For more details on the scheme – see the link to the government guidance.

For help and advice on finding a kickstart gateway to apply for a Kickstart scheme on your behalf where you are seeking to employ less than 30 new employees – click here.

The Direct link for those organisations supporting the Yorkshire and Humber regions can be found here