Youth Group has announced that Noble Foods has officially achieved Youth Verification Status, making them a youth-first brand that provides safe and fair work opportunities for young people.
The Youth Verified challenges is awarded to companies that are evaluated on their readiness to connect, hire, and develop a future-focused youth workforce. Youth Verified was co-built in partnership with young people, McKinsey & Company, and companies across the country.
Noble Foods is a leading brand in the it's sector and has been recognised for its cutting-edge services that prioritise sustainability and innovation. The company's commitment to creating fair and honest work systems for young employees to flourish is reflected in their successful Youth Verification status.
Youth Group's team of youth specialists recognised Noble Foods for their implementation of key areas of success, including providing excellent benefits for employees, taking the mental health of employees seriously, and offering mentorship opportunities to support their growth within the company. This status also demonstrates Noble Foods' awareness of social mobility, black ethnicity, and neurodiverse backgrounds.
Noble Foods serves as an excellent example of a company that puts young people first, allowing them to gain valuable experience and skills to thrive in today's world. The Youth Verification status is only the beginning of a meaningful partnership between Youth Group, Noble Foods, and young people across the UK. The future holds the potential for exciting new projects and opportunities for young people.
Louisa Hogarty, Group HR Director of Noble Foods, expressed her pride in achieving Youth Verification status and her excitement for the continuing partnership with The Youth Group.
Leon Marseglia, Chief Operating Officer at Youth Group, praised Noble Foods for their commitment to putting young people at the forefront of everything they do.