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London polling gives further insight into the pandemic’s flexible working legacy

New polling released today by @LondonChamber of Commerce and Industry provides insight into the home working plans of businesses in the capital, once COVID-19 restrictions are fully lifted.

Traineeship-style scheme for mature workers among six-point employment and skills plan proposed to tackle COVID-19’s impact on London

A new @LondonChamber report released today (Wednesday 19 May), outlines a six-point plan to tackle London’s unemployment and skills challenges. 

Top 5 skills priorities for UK employers: An agile skills training system more crucial than ever

Published today (6 May) the final report from the Workplace Training and Development Commission (WTDC), follows an 18-month in-depth study of what businesses want from adult skills training provision in the UK:

Landmark skills training report calls for wide-ranging reboot of UK system

@BritishChambers and @Indeed's major new report is calling for a root and branch reform of the UK’s training system to help businesses access the skills they need to boost productivity. 

Prime Minister’s speech at the Conservative Party Conference

Commenting on the Prime Minister’s speech at the Conservative Party Conference, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, said:

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