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WFPMA President and Vice President to serve as Judges at the International Longevity Centre UK (ILC) 2021

4 May 2021
WFPMA President, Bob Morton, and Vice-President, Anthony Ariganello, will serve as Judges of the “Work for Tomorrow” Competition launching May 20, 2021. 

Canadian Government Endorses Lifelong Learning for Workers

30 March 2021

The government of Canada said it is committed to making the largest investment in Canadian history to train its skilled and multicultural workforce for the 2030s and beyond.

A Future Skills Council report on behalf of the federal government from November 2020 focuses on fostering a culture of lifelong learning among Canadian workers so they can be prepared for the future of work.

CIPD Guide: Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

29 March 2021
Sex discrimination, including sexual harassment, legislation has been a firm part of equalities law in the UK for several decades. Therefore, it's disappointing and worrying that 2016 TUC research shows more than half of women overall, and nearly two-thirds of women aged 18-24 years old, have experienced sexual harassment at work. 

A time to commit to safe cultures and places of work, and for organisations to play their part in positive change

29 March 2021
The terrible kidnap and murder of Sarah Everard while walking home in South London has been a significant trigger of both grief and anger around violence and harassment towards women, and the demands for change. There is a real sense from so many women that enough is enough.