Wherever we work, we make it a priority to be an active part of our clients’ communities, helping to engage with local citizens and foster opportunities through job creation activities, apprenticeships, volunteer and charitable programmes and entrepreneurial advice.
Agilisys is proud of our Arch Apprentice division and the thriving apprenticeship programmes we run and support throughout our offices and partnerships nationwide, recruiting, training and supporting entry-level employees across a range of roles. At a time when youth unemployment poses widespread concern, we are committed to providing exciting and sustainable opportunities for our apprentices, preparing them for long, successful and rewarding careers.
The valuable contributions our schemes make to the young people who embark on them, the partner organisations they enter and the communities in which they are situated are welcomed and celebrated by local authorities across the UK.
Engaging local citizens
We have built up a valuable store of business knowledge and expertise over the years, and we are determined to share it. Throughout the communities where we work, we provide entrepreneurial advice for local start-ups, stimulating local economies and growing vibrant networks.
From expert mentorship to the provision of much-needed amenities, our sustained support for local businesses is proven to help create jobs and attract inward investment to actively build stronger communities.
We are proud that our strong commitment to charitable practice can be seen in everything we do here at Agilisys, both in and out of the office. Whether through our close work with global projects like Operation Smile, investment in large-scale philanthropic ventures like the Charity Technology Trust (CTT), sponsorship of local initiatives such as the Agilisys Hammersmith and Fulham Heroes Awards, or regular and on-going community-based donation of time by individual teams and staff members, we have built up a rich culture of charitable giving on a local, national and international scale.