See how Love London Working is already affecting the lives of people looking to get into work. Meet some our customers who have been on the Love London Working programme already and see how it has helped get them into work.
Veronica felt that her age was a considerable barrier to her getting back into work which made her feel very down, but her advisor Dennis did not think this was an issue. After receiving some training, Veronica got the job she was after.Watch Veronicas’s Story
Lisa hadn’t worked in 14 years after looking after her young children. She struggled with finding work and had very little confidence herself. Her advisor Rob offered her a work placement at Love London Working, which helped Lisa on the way to her new job.Watch Lisa’s Story
Seb was struggling to find employment until he met Janine at a jobs fair in Bromley. She helped him secure a work placement where he managed to gain the skills required to be offered a full-time role.Read Seb’s Story
Julie studied to be a teacher but unfortunately just missed out on the passing mark. She was low on confidence and did not know how she was going to continue to pursue her teaching career. Love London Working advisor Esther helped her secure a role working at a local school.Watch Julie’s Story
Nancy Kiaku, a 36-year-old job-seeker originally from Congo, has been taken on as a catering worker as part of the Love London Working programme in partnership with Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.Read Nancy’s Story
Jamie came to Love London Working not really knowing what he wanted to do or how he could gain the skills to find employment. His adivsor helped him secure a 4 week placement in the Multi-trade industry with the Breyer’s group.Read Jamie’s Story
Sakina is profoundly deaf and required help finding work. She had little confidence and needed help updating her CV and interview practice.
She shared that being deaf does not prevent her from working. With the help of her Love London Working advisor, Lionnie, she has secured employment.
Brandon, 16 with autistic tendencies and ADHD, struggled at school and as a result underachieved at GCSE level. After attending a series of one to one sessions including interview skills and job searching he developed confidence and secured employment.Read Brandon’s Story
After being out of work for some time, Anna lost some of her confidence, and struggled to find employment in a field that she loved. Anna heard about the Love London Working programme and decided to get in touch with the team to find out how she could get back into work.Read Anna’s Story
After her temporary contract at a local charity came to an end, Nicole struggled to find work. The Love London Working team at Hyde supported her to gain the skills to find a job as an employment advisor.Read Nicole’s Story
Victoria was living at home with her two-year old daughter and began having money problems after her housing benefits were delayed. She wanted to get into work so that she did not have to rely on benefits. With the help of Love London Working, she secured a job in administration.Read Victoria’s Story
After graduating from university, Joynul found it hard to find a job as he did not have much workplace experience. Love London Working provided him with the necessary skills to gain a job he now enjoys.Read Joynul’s Story
Jan’s barriers to getting a job left him with little confidence on trying to find a career. With the help of Love London Working, he managed to secure a job in hospitality.Read Jan’s Story
Natasha had been out of the job market for a little while and was unsure of her skills or what sort of job she would be able to do. She seeked advice from Love London Working who helped her secure a new job that she loves.Read Natasha’s Story