Calling for good work is a two-way process. We learn by listening to the insights of our 160,000 members and through our research, so that our recommendations to policy-makers are grounded on practical experience and evidence. And we share our collective expertise to influence government ministers, opposition politicians, civil servants and other policy-makers in their thinking and decisions. 


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We champion better work in many ways. We respond to UK-wide, regional and local policy consultations. And we partner with key stakeholders in government, business and public life to share insight, evidence and good practice.

We influence and campaign on the issues that affect us all. Skills training and youth unemployment. Pay gap reporting and flexible working. Employment contracts, equality, diversity, inclusion and much more.

Your insights – and the experiences of our community of people professionals – help us call for good work with a collective voice.

"I find the CIPD Northern Policy Forum really useful because I can share thoughts and ideas with other policy leads and gain insights from them as to what is happening on policy generally at the CIPD. This “two-way street” can only serve to benefit our members."

Justine Riccomini, Head of Tax, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland

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