For the UK economy to grow and generate new jobs, businesses need an environment where employment law and practice encourage job creation and modern employee relations
Long-term prosperity and sustainable employment can only be achieved by making the UK a highly attractive location in which to do business and employ people. That requires a clear, workable framework of basic employment rights combined with labour market flexibility in all its forms.
Engaging employees effectively, using their skills to best effect and rewarding them appropriately - including provision for their eventual retirement - are central to business success in a globalised economy.
From employee relations to pay and pensions, key areas for employment
How you can have a say on our policy lobbying work for the job market
Meet the team
The experts who represent our members on employment policy matters
NI business leaders discuss skills and employment law issues with minister Farry
Careers advice and guidance and employment law reform were key priorities at a CBI senior executives dinner
CBI responds to Labour proposals on employment tribunals
The CBI responded to Labour proposals on employment tribunals made in a speech by Shadow Business Secretary, Chuka Ummuna MP
Skills shortage in the capital
Nearly half of London’s businesses (45%) say there is a skills shortage current in the capital, according to the latest CBI/KPMG London Business Survey