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May 20, 2022
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Government must recognise role of managers in halting unemployment crisis

A shift to remote working in the pandemic has made starting a new job even more challenging and the Government must recognise the vital role managers have to play as it works to ensure the success of its £2.6 billion job drive. Managers have a key role to play in helping new employees thrive and remain in the workplace, according to a new report, Building Strong Foundations, published by Learning and Work Institute and Chartered Management Institute (CMI). The Government recently announced a raft of measures to support the country’s economic recovery. But an area glaringly absent was how those…
Government must recognise role of managers in halting unemployment crisis

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