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Youth Unemployment

Youth Unemployment

10 June 2019 11:54 AM

Guest: Tashmia Ismail-Saville CEO at Youth Employment Service YES.

YES is a not-for-profit organisation, our fee options are for ensuring a sustainable
outcome for our youth, for business and for our country. The fees apply to large
companies (R50M turnover), the benefits accrue to all business and youth across the
expanse of our nation. This is businesses contribution to not only the youth they create
jobs for but will also drive a national movement to bring medium and small businesses
into the solution. It takes all of to step up to this challenge, the result is a healthy
country, a strong economy and successful businesses referred to as a win-win outcome.


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