“Prosper4 Group’s mission is to revolutionise the way Industry, Commerce and the Public sector sources staff by bringing an often marginalised cohort of people back in to the labour market, namely ex-offenders.
Engaging with Prosper4 Group & considering ex-offenders as applicants, offers unique socio/economic opportunities for businesses and organisations.
Ultimately, we are collaborating with employers to have an unrivalled social impact, whilst simultaniously helping to resolve staffing shortages"
Prosper 4 Group works to radically improve the number of marginalised people employed by industry.
From speaking to many business leaders we have learnt that one of the greatest issues they face is finding, and keeping, the staff they need. At Prosper 4 Group we aim to solve this problem by tapping in to a fresh pool of talent.
The marginalised people we work with are highly motivated, and often highly skilled. All they need is the introduction to the right jobs and they will be able to flourish, becoming loyal and hardworking members of the companies in which they find employment.
We want to help businesses to gain access to these potential employees as we believe they can be great assets, solving the perennial problems they face with recruitment.
By engaging with prison industries we believe businesses can make a monumental impact on their operations, and Prosper 4 Group is helping businesses to do exactly this. Whether it is finding new staff, which you can train on the job, or simply increasing your production capacity, the benefits of participating in prison industries are manifold.
Prosper 4 Group was founded by ex-offenders to assist other ex-offenders. We understand the problems they face, and have developed solutions to solve them.
We are now increasing our reach to all groups of marginalised peoples.
We know that, for both business and society, there is a substantial economic and social benefit to employing marginalised people. We not only advocate for change in this area, we are creating it too.
Michael Corrigan, CEO