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New learning opportunities for Operational Delivery Professionals put the spotlight on excellent customer service

A range of new professional qualifications for operational delivery staff will help develop a more skilled, unified Civil Service and meet growing public expectations for high-quality public services.

Civil engineers to benefit from new route to build their management skills

CMI (the Chartered Management Institute) and the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) are pleased 

Businesses will be worse off while women remain rare in the talent pipeline, warns CMI

Changing business culture still a priority despite progress

Ethics crisis as “robotically compliant” managers stop caring at work

Reducing rules and regulations key to restoring trust, finds new research

How do you ‘Value your Talent’?

New project draws on wisdom of crowds to develop ways of measuring the contribution people make to business outcomes

Time to retire tired old role models?

Men twice as likely as women to hold board ambitions

'Apprenticeships add thousands to businesses' bottom line'

Research published by the Association of Accounting Technicians claims that apprenticeships help to boost business profits.

Men 'more likely to take up apprenticeships'

Findings published by the City & Guilds Group highlighted the disparities between careers advice given to men and women.

UK employees taking on £640m of unpaid overtime

A report published by the Trades Union Congress (TUC) revealed that an increasing number of employees are taking on unpaid overtime.

Presenteeism 'impacting the productivity of workers'

A report from Overbury has highlighted the detrimental impact of presenteeism.