BMHS welcomes the new Welsh Government plan unveiled by Economy Minister Vaughan Gething today to help more people in Wales to find and stay in work.
The new plan for employability and skills sets out the actions Ministers will take to deliver the Young Persons Guarantee, support people furthest away from the labour market to find work – and focus on improving labour market outcomes for disabled people, Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic people, women, and those with low skills.
It also sets out measures to help people stay in work, through raising skills levels and preventing people from not taking up work or falling out of employment because of a health condition.
The Minister said the plan will help pave the way for a fairer, more equitable Wales where nobody is left behind or held back, helping to change people's lives for the better.
For further information visit Minister unveils new plan to get more people in Wales into work | GOV.WALES
This coverage from BBC Wales https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-60467611 clearly highlights the fact that human capital flight or brain drain is one of the least spoken crises in Wales, hence our commitment to continually advocated for progressive economic policy that will focus on jobs, narrowing skills divide and also tackle poverty and remove barriers to employment.