Articles from Kirsty McHugh

The Cathartic Nature of Clearing One’s Desk...

One of the joys of changing jobs is the cathartic nature of clearing one’s desk: ripping out the contents of notebooks for recycling, stumbling across Christmas cards from long gone colleagues, and, in my case, locating the original file of papers detailing ERSA’s set up.

Let's close the race and ethnic employment gap: Taking that knowledge and drive into my next role

Some of you might have picked up that I am finally, after eight years, moving jobs.

Do you fancy a challenge?

Do you fancy a challenge? These were the words which launched the Government’s new Challenge Fund and it appears the answer from a lot of you is ‘yes’.

Celebrate the good times

June is most definitely the month to celebrate in ERSA-land. Not only do we have national Employability Day looming on 29 June, where employment support organisations the length and breadth of the UK fling open their doors to welcome the great, the good and the merely interested, but we also have the sector’s national awards.

Even now, Mental Health is still an underdog issue

We’re awash with ‘weeks’ nowadays – celebratory or educational. Often, at ERSA, we’re asked to support these events and we do so, where we can, with the requisite tweets and blogs.

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