The CMI's policy submissions to Government departments are based on the latest research and surveys among our membership, and thereby represent the views of practicing managers across the UK. These formal contributions complement our ongoing engagement with policy makers and support our aim of keeping management and leadership at the forefront of the public policy agenda.
We set the standards for management and leadership throughout the UK and our policy agenda ensures that managers’ voices are heard by government.
Written Evidence submitted by the Chartered Management Institute
This paper provides a quick guide to a new piece of regulation which will have a significant effect on large employers from April 2017
CMI responded to the Ministry of Defence’s consultation paper on the future of military reservists. In general we welcome the Department's plan to formalise the relationship between reserves and employers, and in particular welcome plans to provide professionally accredited training to reservists.
CMI has welcomed the opportunity to submit evidence to the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee in its inquiry into Women in the Workplace.
In November 2012 CMI responded to a consultation by the Learning and Skills Improvement Service on its proposed new qualifications for teachers and trainers in further education.
CMI has responded to the Welsh Government’s consultation on its review of qualifications for 14-19 year olds.
In July 2012, the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills launched a new evidence paper at a meeting of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Management. The report, produced in partnership with leading stakeholders including CMI, provides a concise overview of the latest research evidence to help business advisers show employers why they may need to look again at their management and leadership capability.
In June, CMI responded to a call for evidence by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills on the current dismissal process, including the concept of 'compensated no fault dismissal' for micro businesses. This submission summarises our research into managers' views on regulations affecting small businesses and demonstrates that there is strong support for replacing the current fair dismissal rules to make it easier to dismiss staff, particularly among smaller businesses.
In April, CMI responded to a consultation by the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence (CHRE) on ethical standards for senior NHS leaders in England. This important consultation arose from a Government request that CHRE set ethical standards for executive and non-executive board-level managers in England, to fulfil the need for a stronger assurance system for all users of the NHS, particularly patients and their families.