Disruption to the world of work has also led the learning profession to be more forward-looking @CIPD
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a surge in digital learning with seven in ten organisations (70%) reporting an increase in use of digital or online solutions over the last year, according to the latest Learning and Skills at Work report from the CIPD and Accenture.
UK employers are the most optimistic about hiring in eight years, according to the latest CIPD (@CIPD) /Adecco Labour Market Outlook report. The survey shows that all sectors are experiencing a jobs recovery, alongside an improvement in pay prospects.
Plans in the Queen's Speech as part of the Government's 'Levelling up' agenda will be undermined unless the Apprenticeship Levy is made more flexible to allow firms to invest in other forms of accredited training and development, say CIPD.
#FlexFrom1st - The @CIPD urges employers to take more action to ensure people who can’t work from home can benefit from other #flexible working options
While working from home has surged in recent months, the use of flexible working hours - such as part-time, flexi-time and compressed hours - has fallen over the course of the Coronavirus pandemic, according to new CIPD analysis.
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