Head of Public Policy, Ben Willmott, discusses the recent ruling on gender critical beliefs.
In this issue of CIPD Voice, Rachel Suff discusses the CIPD's latest Health and Wellbeing at Work Survey, in partnership with Simplyhealth. The article reflects on why wellbeing should be a key element for boardroom agendas, the impact COVID-19 has had on employees mental health, and the need for more support for line managers to do their jobs effectively.
Charles Cotton’s CIPD Voice article looks at the issue of financial wellbeing and assesses the pros and cons of Employer Salary Advance Schemes (ESAS).
In their joint article, Claire McCartney and Lucy Herd, Jack's Mother and prominent campaigner for Jack's Law, discuss the importance of extending statutory bereavement leave and pay for employees experiencing the loss of a close family member and ask what employers can do to best support them.
Jon Boys investigates the case of whether the UK should have a permanent furlough scheme, even after COVID-19.
In his latest CIPD Voice article, Marek Zemanik discusses the public policy decisions being made in Scotland and Northern Ireland and how people professionals can get involved to help shape the future world of work.
COVID-19 has reduced investment in skills and learning but also prompted organisations to be more future focused
Lizzie Crowley examines the results from CIPD’s Learning and Skills at Work Survey 2021, and discusses how the world of work will change after the pandemic.
Gerwyn Davies analyses the findings from CIPD’s Spring Labour Market Outlook – specifically looking at how we can increase recruitment and retention of young people in the labour market, who have been most affected by the pandemic.
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