Employer practice in progressing low-paid staff


My iCeGS colleagues and I have recently been working with the Policy Research Institute and around the theme of progressing into and on in employment and employer practice in this area.
We spoke to 28 employers both large and small about how they progress their low skilled, low paid staff. The research found that when employers progress their staff, they reap a number of organisational benefits, including: improved retention of staff and the subsequent reduction of recruitment costs; a general improvement in employee satisfaction; greater organisational flexibility; improved productivity; and a positive impact on organisational reputation.

To access the report, please click here. To read the employer case studies associated with the report, click here.



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