Stream 11: Job quality disadvantage

21 Jan 2021
15:15 - 16:25
Online

Stream 11: Job quality disadvantage

Stream 11: Job quality disadvantage

Employee well-being in low paid work: findings from the hospitality and social care sectors

This research paper focuses on the experiences of workers in the hospitality and social care sector, and the management of employee well-being in these sectors. This paper uses a resource-based perspective of well-being to unpack the complex and multi-dimensional issues facing workers.

Speaker: Victoria Walker, PhD Student, University of Strathclyde

A future ‘fair’ skills ecosystem – the rhetoric and reality for the precarious worker

This paper argues that government initiatives like ‘levelling up’ and ‘skills for all’ will contribute to theory and policy that shifts HR towards greater inclusion and sustainability, with a focus on workers at the margins, traditionally excluded from organisations’ talent schemes.

Speaker: Patricia Harrison, Senior Lecturer, Liverpool John Moores University

DISCUSSION:

Discussants: The speakers above and David D’Souza, Membership Director, CIPD

Chair: Ben Willmott, Head of Public Policy, CIPD