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Category: Labour Market
Disabled people are an important under-utilised resource in the context of skills and labour shortages. Currently people with disabilities have an employment rate that is 28.9 percentage points lower than that of people without disabilities. Join us with Prof Kim Hoque to learn more about evidence-based policy and practice to include more disabled people in the workplace.
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
The government’s white paper on a future post-Brexit immigration policy looks set to have a dramatic impact on employers, especially low-skilled ones if they are implemented. What would the impact of a 30k minimum salary threshold be on your organisation? Join us on 12 August in Manchester with Gerwyn Davies CIPD Public Policy Adviser to discuss.
There has never been a more timely CIPD NAC conference addressing the issues that top organisational agendas.