Good Work & Inclusive Growth

Our experience of work plays a massive part in our ongoing wellbeing – positive or negative.
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:
Recognising the need to improve wellbeing to reduce the cost of sickness absence and improve working lives, infrastructure support company Amey set about trying to increase the uptake and relevance of fringe benefits among their lowest paid staff.
Not too many high street names can claim to have a Director of Happiness, but that is one of the things that sets Timpson apart. The company prides itself on looking after its 5,800 colleagues and has recently been recognised with an EY Family Business Award of Excellence for its ‘upside down management’ approach and employment of ex-offenders.
BITC Scotland publishes recommendations for Scotland’s Fair Work Action Plan based on a series of consultations across Scotland between September and November 2018.
BITC Scotland’s recommendations for Scotland’s Fair Work Action Plan based on a series of consultations across Scotland between September and November 2018.
Beyond Pay calls on employers to respond more comprehensively to some of the biggest issues facing the UK’s workforce today.