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Adam Tokarski and James Robinson have gained six-month contracts with Altrad following a successful eight-week placement through Altrad’s partnership with the charity Daisy Chain.
Daisy Chain provide a wide range of support for autistic children and adults, either with a diagnosis or who are undergoing the diagnostic process.
Adam and James initially joined the Digital Team in Altrad’s Middlesborough office, North East England, for work experience. Due to their dedication and willingness to learn, both Adam and James have developed their skills and grown in confidence, becoming invaluable members of the team. The decision to provide them with an extended contract became an easy conclusion to reach!
Adam said, “The work placement was brilliant, it has helped ease my worries about the working world and allowed me the opportunity to improve my own wellbeing. The transition from unemployment, placement and then being offered a full-time role has been wonderful and is far beyond my own expectations.”
James added, “I gained my confidence within the team pretty quickly and I really liked one of the Altrad values called “Conviviality”. I am eager to take full advantage of this opportunity to elevate my future career prospects.”
Wendy I’Anson, Employability Manager for Daisy Chain added, “We are so appreciative of the opportunities, ongoing mentoring and support that you have given Adam and James. It has been fantastic to see their confidence and personal well-being grow as they have developed their skills in the workplace. We are thrilled that their hard work has paid off and that they have been offered full-time contracts. Altrad’s commitment to diversity and inclusion is so important to create opportunities for autistic and neurodivergent adults and we look forward to continuing our partnership.”
For more information about Daisy Chain visit www.daisychainproject.co.uk