@CIPD stresses the need for employers to make hybrid working a success rather than rushing to return staff to workplaces and previous ways of working
The productivity benefits of homeworking appear to have increased during the pandemic, with employers now more likely to say that the shift to homeworking has boosted productivity (33%) than they were in June 2020 (28%). This is according to new research by the CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development, based on a survey of 2,000 employers and in-depth interviews with seven organisations in different sectors.
New @CIPD and @BITC guidance will support organisations to combat inequalities and improve inclusion at work
Business in the Community (BITC)’s charter, set up in 2018 in collaboration with the UK Government, aims to tackle ethnic disparities in the workplace and signals an organisation’s intent to foster race inclusion.
The CIPD (@CIPD) calls on all employers to recognise both the moral and business case for taking more responsibility for their employees’ financial wellbeing
Despite the financial hardship wrought by COVID-19, half of employers (49%) don’t have a financial wellbeing policy. This is according to the latest Reward Management Survey from the CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development.
Reforming the levy to a broader, more flexible training levy would boost employer skills investment and business performance, while supporting the Government’s further education reforms, according to the @CIPD