There are a number of services providing particular support to individuals around employment and promoting personal wellbeing at work.
Kingston Workstart is an employment support service for people with disabilities living in the borough of Kingston. They can provide assistance around identifying training needs, work placements, working life skills and extra support when starting a new job.
Jobcentre Plus assist jobseekers and can assist with finding work. They have a number of specialist programs including help for disabled people through the Job introduction scheme, Access to work and Pathways to work programmes.
The Equality and Human Rights commission support individuals and organisations to know their rights and how to use them. They can provide information about equality laws in work as well as in health care and in the wider community.
The aim of Acas (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service) is to improve organisations and working life through better employment relations.
They offer an independent and trusted service for dealing with disputes (Collective conciliation) between groups of workers and their employers (collective disputes). They also deal with disputes where individuals claim their employer has denied them a legal right.
They also provide authoritative advice and guidance on employment and work policies to the Government and social partners (trade unions and employers or their representative organisations).