Jobs, growth and productivity after Coronavirus: call for evidence
Read the CIPD's submission to the Treasury Select Committee
In response to the Treasury Select Committee inquiry into productivity after Coronavirus, the CIPD considers what policies are required to promote long-term productivity growth and create high-quality jobs - including reforms to the apprenticeship levy and creating good people management practices to encourage ‘smart working’.
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