There are positive opportunities in AI and automation, although these cannot be taken for granted. Despite the significant impact these technologies are having on the workforce, the people profession is often the least likely business function to be involved in decision-making and implementation for these new technologies.
CIPD releases Labour Market Outlook the alarm bell is sounding for employers trying to fill low-skill roles, many of whom are still in wait and see mode. It’s essential that those employers are prepared for reduced numbers of candidates and further restrictions to low-skill labour planned from 2021 with a workforce plan
Help to shape our next Programme of Events We’d like your input We are currently working on our programme of events and have created a short survey designed to gather your input on the subjects that matter to you. We’d like to know your preferences when it comes to where and when we hold ourContinue reading “CIPD Manchester Branch News – April 2019”
The Government has announced a series of measures to tackle ethnic disparities in the workplace. The CIPD is keen to get the views, insights, and experience of its members to inform its submission.
New CIPD survey of 1,526 people professionals (encompassing HR, learning and development, organisational development, and organisational change) in Europe highlights the diversity of skills and experience within the profession. Overall, the findings paint a positive picture of good career prospects and a high level of meaningful work experienced by practitioners.