Results for Employees

Equal treatment at work

Equal treatment at work

June 01, 1994 The number of women in top management has fallen for the first time in twenty years, as the CBI warns that businesses must devise working practices more compatible with family life. Read more >
Volunteering employees

Volunteering employees

June 01, 1994 The start of Volunteers Week 1994 sees the publication of a 'state of the nation' report on volunteering, cited by BITC's new chairman, Sir Allen Sheppard, as one of the critical growth areas for CCI. Read more >
Employee attitudes

Employee attitudes

April 01, 1994 Apparently the British are the most unhappy workers in Europe - can more employee community involvement help to overcome this? Read more >
Evaluating secondment

Evaluating secondment

February 01, 1994 Techniques to record the benefits of secondment are becoming more necessary, as companies professionalise the management of their programmes. Read more >
Employee involvement

Employee involvement

August 01, 1993 Two thirds of employee volunteers (67%) believe it is important that senior management set an example by becoming involved in the community themselves and nearly three quarters (71%) prefer to chose their own area of voluntary activity rather than be led by the company. Read more >
Damned by faint praise

Damned by faint praise

June 01, 1992 As the latest initiatives to improve the place of women and disabled people in the workforce gather pace, criticism mounts about neglect of the needs of minority ethnic communities. Read more >