Today’s publication of the 2019 GCSE results reveal a marked difference in grades between rich and poor pupils.
By the end of the 2021 parliament, the Scottish Government will have extended Fair Work criteria to many funding streams, business support grants and public contracts. This webinar is an opportunity to discuss what that means in practice for Scottish businesses and influence the implementation.
Join Business in the Community (BITC) for a lunchtime roundtable discussion on why and how employers can provide secure work for employees.
Ahead of the publication of the 2019 A-level results, Rachael Saunders, Education Campaign Director at Business in the Community, says:
Organisations from the education and employment sectors, including Business in the Community, have united to build a universal framework of essential skills for workplaces of the future.
Businesses recognise that they need to measure more than just financials if they are to be successful. Many organisations have looked to integrated reporting as a means of doing so, but it can be difficult to get started.
This event, supported by Mercer Marsh Benefits and the Business in the Community (BITC) Wellbeing Leadership Team launches BITC's Mental Health at Work report 2019 in Scotland.Find out about the wellbeing of Scotland's workforce, the implications and what needs to be done to address the issues.
Join Business in the Community (BITC) Scotland and special guest speaker, Lauren Chiren of Women of a Certain Stage, to find out how you can ensure your business is ready, willing and able to support women experiencing menopause.
In response to the launch of the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS) Deaton Review today, Catherine Sermon, director of campaigns at Business in the Community, said:
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