The FTSE 100-listed telecommunications firm said the partnership will introduce its free Future Jobs Finder, a gamified digital platform to help young people understand their skills and career opportunities.
The jobs platform aims to disrupt the online recruitment landscape which, at present, is troubled by problems surrounding the sheer number of irrelevant or poor quality CVs employers receive on a daily basis.
A highly experienced recruitment process outsourcing professional, Bryant-Fenn has deep expertise designing and developing innovative talent management solutions that span both RPO and managed service provider services across the Asia-Pacific region.
Modelled on similar services for individuals leaving roles in the military, the police and the NHS, the site has been used by teachers leaving the profession for reasons including workload pressures, a need for flexible or part-time work, and redundancy.
“While other companies continue to talk about the promises of digital transformation, Workday is leading the way in delivering true value by making these promises a reality for our customers,” said Gonzalo Benedit, President, EMEA and APJ, Workday.
CEO and Co-founder Morten Petersen said, “In Denmark we have already seen businesses reaping the benefits from the platform, but with the UK [...] it has massive potential to really assist with the digital skills gap that is cited as being a big issue."