The webinar discussed the specific workplace practices that can help businesses achieve these win-win outcomes, the evidence behind them, and how to make change happen in practice.
Concern with the ‘British disease’ of poor productivity and an economy based on low wages and low skills has hit the headlines at regular intervals since the 1930s, though seemingly without reaching lasting solutions.
Earlier this month, I was very fortunate to drop into a Scottish Enterprise webinar which focussed on a conversation between business leaders and young people, examining their aspirations and ambitions in the world of work.
Trade unions possess unique knowledge of how organisations really work. They are repositories of experience embracing many different situations and stretching over many years. Yet this experience and understanding is often an underused resource in workplaces.