Making sure candidates feel at Home

With high rates of unemployment, homelessness, various addictions, and other mental health and wellbeing problems, the residents of one of the UK’s largest social housing providers would not be the most obvious source of talent for most organisations.

However, that is exactly the approach taken by national social housing association, care and support provider Home Group. With properties all over the country, but predominantly in the North of England and London, Home Group has targeted residents living in its 55,000-strong stock of social housing, as well as clients in receipt of its care and support services.

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