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This dinner will provide an opportunity to learn more about modern slavery, hear from businesses engaged in Business in the Community’s (BITC) employment programme about their work on this subject, and explore how businesses can be part of cross-sector efforts to tackle modern slavery in UK communities by supporting survivors.
Today’s publication of the 2019 GCSE results reveal a marked difference in grades between rich and poor pupils.
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This forum will allow Business in the Community's (BITC) race champion members to get early insights on the latest campaign developments, contribute to thought leadership, share common challenges and brainstorm solutions.
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.
To futureproof businesses, everyone must be equipped with the ability to recognise, develop and articulate the skills they need to be successful in work. It is not a new challenge, but is one that must be tackled with increasing urgency.
This event marks the one-year anniversary of the launch of the Race at Work Charter. 
​Business in the Community (BITC) in partnership with Mercer Marsh Benefits and BITC's Wellbeing Leadership Team are delighted to launch the Mental Health at Work 2019 report.
Awareness of mental health and how it can affect the workplace has come on in leaps and bounds in the past decade. Yet, domestic abuse and its impacts in work is still in the foothills, perhaps the last workplace taboo.