14:00 - 15:00
After employment had reached a record high at the start of this year, coronavirus has triggered an unprecedented economic crisis and a rapid rise in unemployment. New labour market statistics – released on 16 June – will show for the first time the scale and nature of the impact of the crisis on employment across the UK.
What does the data tell us about the impact of the crisis? Which groups of workers and which areas have been hit hardest? How effective has the policy response been and what needs to happen now to get Britain back to work?
Join this interactive Learning and Work Institute webinar to explore the latest labour market statistics, and to discuss where we go from here. We will be joined by the new Shadow Employment Minister Seema Malhotra MP, and Elizabeth Taylor, the chief executive of ERSA
|14.00||Welcome and introduction
Chair: Fiona Aldridge, director of research and development, Learning and Work Institute
|14.05||The employment crisis: what does the data tells us?
Stephen Evans, chief executive, Learning and Work Institute
|14.20||Getting Britain back to work – Where do we go from here?
Seema Malhotra MP, Shadow Employment Minister
|14.30||Getting Britain back to work – The provider perspective
Elizabeth Taylor, chief executive, ERSA
Seema Malhotra MP
Shadow Employment Minister
Chief Executive, Learning and Work Institute
Dr Fiona Aldridge
Director of Research and Development, Learning and Work Institute
Chief Executive, ERSA