Yes Manchester will hold it’s first post-COVID Annual General Meeting on Thursday 28 October, at Vermillion in North Manchester.
As well as looking at the financial and operational performance over the twelve months covering lockdowns and restricted opening, Yes will launch their new website to stakeholders and customers for the very first time.
With a striking, modern feel it includes the features customers have become used to – jobs, volunteering and work experience opportunities – as well as the brand new ‘Advice Hub’ which will include a range of job-search ‘how to’ videos.
“The website will be much easier to use than the old version” Tim O’Neill, Yes’s Operations Manager, said “and it also looks more modern and professional. We’re really excited about launching it to customers and stakeholders”.
The website, designed by Cornerstone Marketing Ltd, will be updated regularly with new jobs, features and news about Yes.
Our team of friendly staff are available over the phone or at a Yes centre to provide support and guidance. Simply book an appointment to visit our centre and discuss the next steps in your career.Ask Yes for help
We have put together a range of tips and advice to support you on your journey. From how to dress for a job interview, to understanding Universal Credit, there is lots of information to help you feel confident and gain understanding.
Click below to visit our advice hub.Go to the Hub
We have three centres in the north Manchester area: Newton Heath, Collyhurst and Blackley. Simply book an appointment and drop in to chat about opportunities, CV advise, training, interview skills, volunteering positions and much more.
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