The UK’s only recruitment consultancy for women leaving the criminal justice and care systems.

Recruitment Redefined

Our expert team help candidates find the right job and support them for as long as they need. We work with some of the UK’s biggest private and public sector companies, finding jobs and volunteer placements for hundreds of women.

Our work with young care leavers helps them develop confidence, skills and financial security. For our candidates, a job is more than an income. It means a future where she and her family can flourish.

Candidates come to us freely, never as part of a care or sentence plan. Because they want to work. We operate in women's prisons and communities across London, the South-East and the North.

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Employment is a key factor in reducing re-offending

Re-offending costs the UK economy between £9.5bn and £13bn a year.

  • 48% of women leaving prison are re-convicted within a year
  • 2% of our candidates have disclosed re-offending to us
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"I was referred to Working Chance three weeks ago. I’ve had more input and help from them in three weeks than I’ve had in the past two and a half years. Working Chance took me for a job interview last week."

Sophie

Working Chance Candidate

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"Working Chance really understands the sort of talent we are looking for. They only send us women who are a brilliant fit for the job."

Sir Richard Branson

Founder, Virgin Group

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Latest news

  • Watch: What is a Working Chance employability event like?

    Watch our new two-minute video about the employability events we run, filmed recently at two events in the City at Ashurst law firm and Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi MUFG.

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  • Karla wins at the ERSA Employability Awards

    Congratulations to Working Chance candidate Karla on winning the Significant Achievement Award at the ERSA Employability Awards!

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  • Working Chance candidate shortlisted for Significant Achievement Award at ERSA Employability Awards

    We’re delighted to announce that one of the women we've helped to find a new job, Karla Gardner, has been shortlisted for the Significant Achievement Award at the ERSA Employability Awards 2017!

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