Greater Manchester is developing a Good Employment Charter. The aim of the Charter is to help employers reach excellent employment standards and become more successful as a result.
Greater Manchester must be a place where people can fulfil their ambitions.
That means making it a place where people want to live and work, whether they are setting up their own business or working as an employee.
The Greater Manchester Combined Authority are therefore setting out a vision of good employment – jobs which are secure, fairly paid and fulfilling, with opportunities to progress and develop.
Good employment is a win-win for Greater Manchester’s employers – whether they are in the private, public or voluntary and community sectors – because employers who are the best at engaging and supporting their employees are the most successful.
Greater Manchester Combined Authority are seeking your views on the draft Employment Charter, which will help to finalise what it looks like for people across Greater Manchester.
The Greater Manchester Combined Authority particularly want to hear from employers and employees in the private, public and voluntary and community sectors, people working in organisations responsible for employment practices, and representative bodies such as business groups and trade unions.
Complete the survey here: www.gmconsult.org/strategy-team/gmemploymentcharter/consultation/ by 18 November 2018. It should take no longer than 15 minutes.