TC Facilities Management helps transform disabled people’s lives by partnering with Remploy
TC Facilities Management is commemorating its 10th anniversary of its partnership with Remploy, the UK’s leading provider of disability employment, by aiming to place its 1000th candidate with them. The partnership has transformed the lives of many disabled people supported into employment and who contribute to delivering a great service to clients each and every day.
Last week at the TCFM Employee Conference, held at Allianz Park, home to Rugby Premier League Champions, Saracens, Beth Carruthers, Remploy Chief Executive shared a message of congratulations with the audience for their commitment and energy in making a difference to the lives of disabled people.
The full message can be viewed on the TCFM YouTube Channel.
Beth commented on the way TCFM has embraced equality of employment and true integration into the workplace, recognising that during the 10 year partnership over 930 disabled people have been placed in to employment.
In addition to Gwyneth Evans who was featured in a case study in May 2015, other employees including one who was placed shortly after the start of the partnership shared their experience through a recorded video message.
In 2016, and with the re-signing of the partnership being celebrated and featured in the press earlier in the year, TCFM are now well on the way to see the placement of the 1,000th candidate into the business with Remploy.
Rachel Gardiner, Head of HR, TCFM added:
“We’re delighted to have been able to share Beth’s message at our employee conference so that our people could hear first-hand how our partnership agreement with Remploy is transforming the lives of disabled people.
Working with Remploy has seen this group of talented and motivated individuals seize the opportunity to prove themselves as committed, engaged and enthusiastic. They add value both to the teams they work in and the customers they serve, enabling us to continue to deliver a great service to our clients.
We’re now focused on placing our 1,000th candidate through the partnership. Further demonstrating our commitment to enable all people, particularly those with a disability, to find full or part-time permanent employment with TCFM.“