From apprenticeship programmes that ensure companies attract high quality entrants, to development training that guarantees the industry benefits from experienced and highly trained employees. BPIF Training have it covered.
BPIF monitor the political agenda and identify threats and challenges to the industry. Our work has secured funding and legislative change worth millions to the industry. In addition we provide independent and relevant research used by the industry and government.
Since the outbreak of Coronavirus, which causes severe respiratory disease including pneumonia, in December 2019 in Wuhan Hubei Province China many organisations have implemented precautionary measures such as travel restrictions to and from China.
The BPIF Human Resources Healthcheck is a quick, easy review of your current processes that gives you a clear work-to list of priority actions to improve your compliance where any HR gaps have been identified.
From 27 January 2020, following a change in employment law, anyone who wishes to lodge a claim with the Industrial or Fair Employment Tribunal must first notify the Labour Relations Agency and discuss the option of Early Conciliation.
We have to accept the ‘young and talented recruit cavalry' is not coming to the rescue, so we need to look at engaging the energies and talents of the older workforce as a joint and meaningful strategy to the ongoing challenge of gaining new talent.
Are there some awkward conversations to be had in your business, but you’re not sure where to start in communicating them? If you’re like most, you’ll probably put that conversation off for as long as possible, or even better (you may think) avoid it all together!
Whether you’re a Rugby super fan or wouldn’t give it the time of day, some of your employees will be interested in following the events of the 2019 Rugby World Cup. So what should you do when they’re more interested in the match than work demands?
In an increasingly ‘online’ world, more and more people are engaging in social media and digital platforms to communicate and broadcast their lives. With job seekers personal information being offered on a platter, it is worthwhile investigating the growth of social media and its impact on HR and recruitment.