28 Feb 2022

Guide to help UK business leaders deliver inclusion, fairness, opportunity and value

A guide to help business leaders deliver better inclusion, fairness, opportunity, and value for every UK employer and employee.

techUK is proud to support the Leaders As Change Agents Board's Employer & Employee guide which has been specifically designed for CEOs and their leadership teams to help them deliver better inclusion, fairness, opportunity and value for every UK employer and employee.

The Guide sets out 8 tangible commitments for adoption as the cornerstone of a better workplace. The guide also includes a comprehensive step-by-step resource guidance to help organisations with adoption and effective delivery.


The Guide sits alongside existing Employee Value Propositions and represents a holistic external framework that employers can reference when approached by one initiative or another. It is also designed to help employers address the question many leaders are considering; Have we got our employee offering right?

 

Sharon Clews

Sharon Clews

Director, People and Talent Management, techUK

Sharon is the Director, People and Talent Management for techUK and is responsible for our people strategy.  

Before joining techUK, Sharon worked for Accenture where she held a variety of senior HR roles in both generalist HR and specialist areas such as Performance Management and Reward, Employee Relations and Inclusion and Diversity. Prior to joining Accenture, Sharon also worked for BDO Stoy Hayward.

She has an undergraduate degree in Psychology and is CIPD qualified.

Email:
[email protected]
Phone:
020 7331 2056

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Nimmi Patel

Nimmi Patel

Policy Manager, Skills, Talent and Diversity, techUK

Nimmi Patel is the Policy Manager for Skills, Talent and Diversity at techUK.

She works on all things skills, education, and future of work policy, focusing on upskilling and retraining. Nimmi is also an Advisory Board member of Digital Futures at Work Research Centre (digit). The Centre research aims to increase understanding of how digital technologies are changing work and the implications for employers, workers, job seekers and governments. She is also a member of Chatham House's Common Futures Conversations

Prior to joining the team, she worked for the UK Labour Party and New Zealand Labour Party, and holds a BA in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from the University of Manchester and is currently studying MA Strategic Communications at King’s College London.

Email:
[email protected]
Phone:
07805744520
Twitter:
@nimmiptl
Website:
www.techuk.org
LinkedIn:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/nimmi-patel1/

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