Any business can join our working group to help redeploy people from low to high demand sectors. The group meets virtually every 2-3 weeks. You’ll be making a difference to keeping the UK moving by:
We have already made connections between firms, shared success stories within our working group, and fed business concerns on legal barriers into government.
The first step is to identify those businesses you can help, as well as those who can help yours. Join the CBI’s Redeploying People Challenge Group to hear the latest insight from businesses on their gaps, and to connect where there’s a skills match.
Initiatives include agriculture: Pick for Britain amalgamates agriculture job opportunities, engineering, manufacturing, aerospace and technology: Talent Retention Solutions supports redeployment and skills development across a range of sectors, aviation: Miramar Connect matches ex-cabin crew with jobs in different sectors, based on their customer care and service experience, freight and transport: Freight and Transport Association’s #LogisticsHelpsLogistics Twitter campaign, social care: North London Councils’ Proud to Care Portal has a range of adult social care redeployment opportunities, Reed’s Keep Britain Working initiative helps identify redeployment opportunities to preserve jobs and protect livelihoods, AnyGood? allows you to recommend your staff for other jobs, Skills Development Scotland’s Job Hub, Pearson’s UK Learns provides a selection of online courses to help the UK workforce learn new skills and earn qualifications or accreditations that could open up better job and career opportunities.
Join the CBI’s Redeploying People Challenge Group and tell us about any issues that are preventing you from engaging in redeployment. We will work with you to address them and feed any common barriers into government.
Join our Redeploying People Challenge Group to feed back and ask questions on the guidance when it is released.
Redeploying people is part of a wider initiative to bring businesses together to address the social and economic challenges presented by coronavirus. You may also like to get involved in our mental health challenge - which helps businesses step up to support employees and their families - and our helping families in hardship challenge – which looks at support initiatives that help vulnerable groups.