In today’s fast-changing and volatile employment context, many employers are likely to find that attracting and retaining talent will become a key business challenge. This article by Dianah Worman and Claire McCartney, Associate CIPD Research and Policy Advisors and Co-Directors of Inclusive Talent, highlights how employer-supported volunteering (ESV) can be a highly motivating and effective way for employees to develop their capabilities in ways that add value to themselves, to society, as well as their employer.

In today’s fast-changing and volatile employment context, many employers are likely to find that attracting and retaining talent will become a key business challenge. This article by Dianah Worman and Claire McCartney, Associate CIPD Research and Policy Advisors and Co-Directors of Inclusive Talent, highlights how employer-supported volunteering (ESV) can be a highly motivating and effective way for employees to develop their capabilities in ways that add value to themselves, to society, as well as their employer.

Experts have warned that, while talent development has become a hot topic among executives in recent years, British employers are not yet taking the practical steps to put into practice the development of capabilities.

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