The company will deliver the contract in the following areas:
- East of England
- East Midlands
- West London
- North East
- Cumbria, Lancashire, Merseyside & Halton
- West Yorkshire
Ingeus UK Limited will deliver the Work Programme in partnership with an extensive Partner Network - a highly skilled supply chain of third, public and private sector organisations.
The Work Programme gives Ingeus UK Limited the opportunity to deliver a new approach to supporting more unemployed people into lasting work.
Ingeus UK Limited - which is 50% owned by Deloitte and 50%owned by the Ingeus Group of Companies - combines Ingeus’ long-standing experience in the welfare-to-work sector with Deloitte’s extensive capability and capacity in large-scale programme delivery, financial and supply chain management.
Matthew Lester, Director of Operations of leading disability charity Papworth Trust, a long-standing partner of Ingeus UK, says, ‘We are very much looking forward to continuing our relationship with Ingeus and together supporting many thousands more people to get back to work through the Work Programme.’
Dean James, Chief Executive Officer of Ingeus UK Limited, says, ‘Ingeus is committed to successful delivery of this critical programme, to help transform people’s lives through lasting employment and to make a positive impact on society and the economy.’
Photo caption: Chris Grayling MP, Minister for Employment, and Lord Freud, Minister for Welfare Reform, visit charity Action Acton, an Ingeus subcontractor on the Work Programme.