Discover how HR can contribute to abolishing modern slavery. Our interactive and conversational style event will focus on what we, as HR professionals, can do to minimise the risk of modern slavery and human trafficking.
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.
The CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition is once again taking over Manchester Central on 6-7 November 2019, bringing together the people profession for two days of unparalleled learning and networking opportunities. The CIPD will be holding an upgrading assessment event. If you’d like to upgrade your membership at the event, check what to do so you can secure your assessment spot: Upgrade to Chartered Member or Upgrade to Chartered Fellow. #BECIPDCHARTERED
Work is broken! If our work was an item of clothing, for most of us, it would be a straight-jacket. Or at best an ill-fitting suit. Modern working practices are failing us - constraining rather than amplifying our diverse skills, strengths, passions and interests. No wonder globally over 90% of us aren't engaged, excited and energised about our jobs. Learn more about Job-Crafting
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.