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CIPD LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT SHOW 2016: EMPLOYEE-LED, INTEGRATED LEARNING IS THE NEW NORMAL

None | May 12, 2016

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As the CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development, opens its 2016 Learning & Development Show today, new research reveals that learning in the flow of work is becoming increasingly commonplace in UK workforces....

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A THIRD OF FTSE 100 ANNUAL REPORTS LEAVE INVESTORS WITH ‘INCOMPLETE PICTURE’ OF BUSINESS PERFORMANCE AND RISK

CIPD | May 24, 2016

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Valuing your Talent partnership calls on big businesses to provide greater transparency on how they measure and report on people and human capital....

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CIPD: ONLY A THIRD OF EMPLOYERS ARE SUPPORTING WORKING CARERS

| June 06, 2016

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Just a third of employers (34%) have a formal, written policy or an informal, verbal policy in place to support working carers in their workplace, according to a new survey published today. With estimates suggesting that 3 in 5 people will end up caring for someone at some point in their lives (1), employers are being urged to put mechanisms in place to empower and support working carers, before they lose out on key talent....

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ONLY A THIRD OF EMPLOYERS ARE SUPPORTING WORKING CARERS

CIPD | June 06, 2016

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Just a third of employers (34%) have a formal, written policy or an informal, verbal policy in place to support working carers in their workplace, according to a new survey published today....

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CIPD LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT SHOW 2016: EMPLOYEE-LED, INTEGRATED LEARNING IS THE NEW NORMAL

None | May 12, 2016

As the CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development, opens its 2016 Learning & Development Show today, new research reveals that learning in the flow of work is becoming increasingly commonplace in UK workforces....

Read More
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A THIRD OF FTSE 100 ANNUAL REPORTS LEAVE INVESTORS WITH ‘INCOMPLETE PICTURE’ OF BUSINESS PERFORMANCE AND RISK

CIPD | May 24, 2016

Valuing your Talent partnership calls on big businesses to provide greater transparency on how they measure and report on people and human capital....

Read More
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CIPD: ONLY A THIRD OF EMPLOYERS ARE SUPPORTING WORKING CARERS

| June 06, 2016

Just a third of employers (34%) have a formal, written policy or an informal, verbal policy in place to support working carers in their workplace, according to a new survey published today. With estimates suggesting that 3 in 5 people will end up caring for someone at some point in their lives (1), employers are being urged to put mechanisms in place to empower and support working carers, before they lose out on key talent....

Read More
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ONLY A THIRD OF EMPLOYERS ARE SUPPORTING WORKING CARERS

CIPD | June 06, 2016

Just a third of employers (34%) have a formal, written policy or an informal, verbal policy in place to support working carers in their workplace, according to a new survey published today....

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