Getting the UK Working
The CBI is calling on government and businesses to step up to the challenge of rising unemployment - especially youth unemployment - and urging them to work together on the new Youth Contract and Work Programme
Getting the UK Working remains at the top of the agenda for British business in 2012. With unemployment expected to rise to 2.75 million, tough decisions need to be taken now about how to secure private-sector growth and boost job creation, as well as reform the UK's education, skills and welfare services.
With youth unemployment topping 1 million, supporting young people into jobs - and sustainable jobs in particular - must be a foremost priority if the UK is to avoid a lost generation.
Labour Market Update
Presenting business leaders with a comprehensive and succinct summary of the latest labour market statistics
Read our Reports
Action for Jobs Report and Mapping the Route to Growth
Action for Jobs - Progress Report
A promising start, but more to be done in the long term
Ready for work
Ensuring young people have all the skills they need to enter the job market
Welfare to work
How to ensure that it pays for unemployed people to move into work
Making the first year count
Improving the position of young people in the jobs market