As the UK’s Sector Skills Council for Justice, we are committed to the development of an improved and sustainable workforce across the UK, and passionate about supporting individuals and teams to deliver exceptional services for the public.
Since 2010, our leading team of researchers have conducted a nationally recognised biennial research project, surveying employers and employees within the justice and community safety sectors, capturing their views of current workforce skills and competencies needs.
The finding support employers to continue to dedicate much-needed resource to improving the workplace, for their people. This year’s research is focusing on the following themes:
- Flexible working
- Skills & Training
- Changing workforce
- Organisational Development
- Equality, diversity and inclusion
For over 10 years’ our research has helped shape the delivery of workforce initiatives and people strategies, supporting employers to make evidence-based decisions and to target effective resources in their efforts to improve the workplace. This year’s review focuses on improving resilience and wellbeing, particularly in light of the immense trials we have all experienced in the last 12 months, and will help employers to better understand the complex skills issues that they will need to address, in order to equip their workforce to meet future challenges.
Jon Parry, Head of Research, Skills for Justice
Access the report and findings
The survey has now closed. Findings will provide an evolving picture of skills across our sector and enable employers to understand the influencers and drivers of change that will have an impact on the workforce as we begin to re-evaluate and reset after the pandemic.
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