Wednesday 14th August will see the Digital Participation Inquiry host a round table event examining the issues surrounding the use of digital technology and the internet as it relates to employment.
For this event we welcome representatives from all sectors who engage with issues of employability. The Inquiry recognises that accessing employment opportunities is an increasingly digital act and hopes to explore further the issues this presents for a range of different groups.
The Inquiry is also keen to understand how different sectors are working to prepare individuals for the shift to services, advice and support being delivered in a digital way and how such a shift impacts those trying to access employment opportunities.
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What are the issues facing services in ensuring those in need of employment can get online online?
What are the benefits to organisations and individuals in moving job searches online?
What can be done to increase the use of the internet and digital technologies when looking for work?
This event will be hosted 3-5pm at the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 22-26 George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2PQ