Offploy announces social impact methodology

Updated: May 21, 2019

Tim Roebuck, our Social Policy and Research Officer, announces our open source social impact methodology .

Our service has a positive impact on people's lives and, in the long run, on the economic situation of the country. Working to support people into employment, the economic question naturally arises. When someone, with the help of our service, achieves a qualification, employment, or even improved mental wellbeing, it is our belief that this has a positive economic impact. Money makes the world go round – we hope this isn’t controversial. It is a language most of us speak fluently. This being the case, Offploy deems it only appropriate to communicate the same way, though in true Offploy fashion, for the benefit of people with criminal convictions seeking meaningful, mentored, sustainable employment.