Employment

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.
Following in-depth research and consultation with local communities, the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner has set up a £2 million fund to address the factors behind youth violence. It is seeking a comprehensive, community-led response with loal business playing their part. This event is an opportunity to find out more.
BITC Scotland’s recommendations for Scotland’s Fair Work Action Plan based on a series of consultations across Scotland between September and November 2018.
This day-long workshop is designed to show potential employers how best to recruit ex-military talent.
The UK Supreme Court has issued a ruling stating that the criminal records disclosure regime, as it applies to multiple convictions and childhood warnings and reprimands, is disproportionate. Jessica Rose, Campaign Manager at Business in the Community responds.
Nilantha Sampath was announced as the 5,000 graduate of the Youth Career Initiative (YCI) at a ceremony in Colombo, Sri Lanka. 

An ILM accredited training programme for professionals delivering responsible business strategies and objectives.

An ILM accredited training programme for professionals delivering responsible business strategies and objectives.