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What role can cities play in combating climate change? We will be discussing this on our panel at our panel with , and ()
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CBI Education & Skills Sep 21
Interested in our economy, education, & skills policy? Come & join the team 👍🏼👍🏼 Scope for the role to be entry level or a more senior policy advisor with a few years experience
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John Cope Sep 21
Interested in our economy, education, & skills policy? Come and join the awesome team 👍🏼👍🏼 Scope for role to be entry level or more senior policy advisor with a few years experience DMs are open if you have questions :)
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CBI Sep 21
Achieving gender equality in the workplace is a huge opportunity for 🇬🇧. Closing the gender pay gap could add 840,000 more women into work. Read exclusively on for CBI Members on myCBI - 👇
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John Cope Sep 21
Free markets ✅ Innovation ✅ Enterprise ✅ Freedom ✅ Big government ❌ State run industries ❌ Bureaucracy & red tape ❌
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CBI Sep 21
Recently we launched our new report a practical guide your firm can use to close your gender pay gap. Read more exclusively on myCBI - 👇
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CBI Sep 21
Diversity in the workplace can boost: 1⃣Performance 2⃣Innovation 3⃣UK economy productivity Read exclusively on myCBI -
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CBI Sep 21
Business must lead the way to achieve a net zero economy by 2050 to avoid the catastrophic impacts of climate change and create opportunities in low carbon technologies.
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CBI Sep 21
Climate change demands urgent action: business must lead the way. But, there is only so much firms can do alone. Business & Government must work together - enabling low-carbon solutions to change the way we work, travel and power the economy. The change we're calling for 👇
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CBI Sep 21
Without 🇬🇧 business creating new technologies, there is no way we can stop global warming. But the problem also requires real solutions from Government, as well as changes to the way each of us lives our lives, right now. 🌏
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CBI Sep 21
Cutting carbon emissions, it's not just the right thing to do for 🌏. It makes good business sense for 🇬🇧. Low-carbon solutions drive significant economic growth, export opportunities and national cost savings. Find out how much it can grow the UK economy 👇
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CBI Sep 21
📽️Digital skills needs are at an all-time high and most firms are fishing in the same talent pool. sets out the bold action Gov must take to address the 🇬🇧's accelerating digital skills gap 👇
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CBI Sep 21
📽️Digital skills are vital for all sectors to digitise, grow and compete, yet 67% of UK businesses can’t access the digital talent they need. sets out the action biz can take today, from collaboration to retraining 👇
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CBI Sep 21
Ensuring people have basic digital skills will transform lives, open up job opportunities and help people across society access public services online. Here are our recommendations for both Government and business👇
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CBI Sep 21
Technology is changing the way we live and work, creating millions of jobs and adding £184 billion to the UK economy. Yet our new data reveals the majority of firms are struggling to fill digital roles across all sectors and skills levels. 📚
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CBI Sep 21
Business is sounding the alarm on the UK’s digital skills shortage, with 67% reporting existing gaps and digital demand set to skyrocket. That’s why the CBI and have set out recommendations to build a world-leading digital talent pipeline
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CBI Sep 21
If Labour carry out their threat to renationalise industries at below full market value, nearly 8 million pension pots could be put at risk, making workers and older generations poorer.
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CBI Sep 21
We believe the best business decisions are local decisions. Where a company is providing a service in a region, town or city it should also draw upon the talents of that town or city.
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CBI Sep 21
Many, though not all, of the problems we face on the railways today, are a legacy of decades of underinvestment by politicians under nationalisation.
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CBI Sep 21
Want to know the legacy of privatisation? 👇
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