Good Work & Inclusive Growth
This event, supported by JTI, brings employers and support organisations together to share knowledge, hear about Business in the Community's (BITC) work on inclusive recruitment and understand the power of partnerships.
This leadership breakfast, in partnership with the British Royal Legion, will focus on how companies can capitalise on the talent of military veterans who are looking to move into civilian employment.
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, 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:
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.
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