Results for Employees

Payroll giving: a case to be made

Payroll giving: a case to be made

October 01, 2002 Payroll giving has never been easier or more efficient, so why aren't more companies championing its cause? Oliver Balch considers where payroll giving is currently at, and where it could be going. Read more >
Employment: sharpening the UK skills set

Employment: sharpening the UK skills set

October 01, 2002 Yet another attempt is being made by government to involve business in training schemes to tackle the continuing national skills shortage scandal. Will this one work any better than the last? Read more >
Diversity: dismal record on race revealed

Diversity: dismal record on race revealed

August 01, 2002 New benchmark studies show few companies are making progress on racial diversity. Disability, gender and age are better, but not by much. Yet government, business and intermediaries continue to champion the business case. Read more >
Mainstreaming CSR: the elixir of self-interest

Mainstreaming CSR: the elixir of self-interest

April 01, 2002 Looks great on paper, but what's in it for me? As our series on mainstreaming draws to a close, Oliver Balch warns that the business case must be sold to the individual employee if companies are ever going to walk the walk and not just talk the talk. Read more >
Building a common vision

Building a common vision

April 01, 2002 As the productivity gap between the UK and its competitors widens, Will Hutton highlights the areas that business leaders should consider addressing in order to increase outputs. Read more >
Disability: CSR’s elephant in the bedroom?

Disability: CSR’s elephant in the bedroom?

February 01, 2002 2003 is the European Year of Disabled People, but who's noticing? Susan Scott-Parker examines why so few companies seem to be truly engaging with this key CSR issue, despite the clear business case for doing so. Read more >