The Covid-19 crisis is having severe effects on those entering the job market or who’ve been made redundant. But truly imaginative policies could trigger an renaissance in upskilling
This isn’t the moment to cut back on skills and training. Quite the opposite, say two of Britain’s leading educationalists
The Black Lives Matter protests and the Covid-19 crisis have evoked important conversations about equality in business and society
The Coronavirus pandemic has had a significant impact on the UK economy. As we enter the recovery phase of the crisis, it has deepened the need - and created a moment of opportunity - to unlock the full potential of the UK workforce. CMI’s latest policy paper on Future Skills and Retraining makes a number of recommendations.
We speak to the law firm Reed Smith about the safety measures they’re putting in place in their building (which you may remember from the Bond movie, Skyfall)
In the middle of such an unprecedented crisis, management and leadership must be unimpeachable. So how do you stop bad management from derailing your organisation’s return-to-work efforts?
After a fantastic CMI webinar, we wanted to collate the excellent wealth of tips we’ve accumulated from experts all over the UK to show you how to become a time master