This Podcast covers off the benefits of engaging with schools, colleges and universities, how to initially engage with providers and how to kick-start your plan, the barriers you may have to overcome, how you can get the most out it including from a PR angle and what businesses exist that can help you further.
The Talent in Logistics team recently caught up with Simon Tindall, Head of New Business BDU, and Liz Hanway, Sector Lead for Transport and Logistics BDU, from the Open University to find out how learning and development has changed, in particular in relation to e-learning and distance learning.
We discuss recent trends, why distance learning is a good thing, what the challenges are, and how to take the first steps towards implementing online learning in your training and development. We also discuss how distance learning can support the future skills agenda, and what resources are available now to employers and employees in the logistics sector
The Talent in Logistics team caught up with EDI Champion Jennifer Swain about what EDI can mean for employee engagement, how to create a strong culture of EDI in the workplace, how to influence and get buy in from senior leadership and some top recruitment tip for those starting on their EDI journey.
The Talent in Logistics team caught up with Mike Hayward, Partner and Head of Crime, Transport and Regulatory and Maria Gallucci, Partner and Employment Solicitor at Woodfines Solicitors about the duty of employers to review their policies and procedures during these unprecedented times, the rules around Annual Leave in 2020/21, Data Privacy for Covid-19 Employee Testing and finally the Future after Furlough including Redundancy Protocols.