We work closely with our network of members, volunteers and stakeholders to develop the profession, build our policy relevance and reach, and establish the voice of CIPD in Northern Ireland
In order to support our members and the CIPD activity in the market, we created local communities, our regions, nations and our network of local branches.
Our nations and regions are headed up by in-market teams who will not only support you and make sure your voice is heard as a people professional but they engage and build relationships with wider HR communities and networks, employers, HR Leaders, Government agencies and academic centres to ensure our work reflects the diversity and needs of members across the UK. Our local branches are driven by CIPD members who volunteer their time, skills and experience to support CIPD’s charitable purpose and who work closely with and alongside the UK Nations and Regions team to Champion Better Work and Working Lives.
Our regional structure is designed to:
- Raise the voice of the profession and build CIPD advocacy through managing relationships with key stakeholders.
- Develop and collaborate with local communities of practice and networks to engage our people practitioners in our latest insights, research and professional standards.
- Deliver flagship Annual Conferences across all nations and regions on the big people, change and workplace challenges, giving our members inspiration and opportunity to share and network.
- Recognise and celebrate great People Practice at our national awards.
- Consult and engage with policymakers on workplace practices by sharing our insight and analysis on national and regional labour markets.
Whether you're a people professional in CIPD membership, a non-member professional or representing local and regional policymakers, businesses, organisations and members across the UK you can find out more about what your region is working on and how you can get involved with CIPD at a national or regional level below.
We are engaged in promoting a wider skills agenda across Scotland and addressing some of the key labour market and skills policy issues faced by organisations
Establishing the voice of CIPD in Wales and for Wales and working closely with our network of members, volunteers and stakeholders to develop the profession
CIPD London caters for over 25,000 members, engaging with wider people professionals' networks, employers, HR Leaders, Government agencies and academic centres to ensure our work reflects the diversity and needs of the people profession in the capital
We're engaged in promoting the CIPD's purpose throughout the Midlands region by sharing best practice, improving links between the individual branches and providing networking opportunities for all our members
We are developing our network of members, volunteers and stakeholders to develop the profession, build our policy relevance and reach, and establish the voice of CIPD North
Our network of local branches creates one of the most vibrant and engaging face-to-face communities for people professionals across the UK. With over 1,000 CPD, learning and networking activities across the year, the branches are one of our strongest channels to engage and support the profession