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Bathroom businesses encouraged to register for Talent Retention Scheme

Formally launching later this month, the Construction Talent Retention Scheme is a partnership between industry and Government to secure essential talent in the UK’s construction sector.

Announced by the Chancellor in yesterday’s summer statement, the scheme is run by the Construction Leadership Council (CLC) which is made up of trade and business associations from across the supply chain.

The online portal supports redeployment of staff at risk of redundancy from across the sector, while also enabling temporary employee loans between businesses. It also gives displaced workers from other sectors a route to find new employment in construction, while offering businesses a platform to find the skills they need.

The not-for-profit programme now has funding secured until the end of April 2021, providing a free online platform for any business or organisation looking to hire, while ensuring that candidates’ skills and experience are given a prominent platform within the wider industry.

Businesses and employers interested in finding out more are encouraged to register their interest at www.trs-system.co.uk/construction

As a member of the CLC’s advisory group, BMA is staying up to date with the work behind the scenes with to get the site launched as soon as is possible. We’ll keep you informed of progress on our website and social media channels.

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