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A New Guide is Set to Make Staff Representation the Norm in the UK

Matthew Taylor has welcomed some guidance that has been offered by the CIPD. Employers are going to need to take a much more proactive approach when it comes to complying with the ICE regulations. The CIPD have published a new guidance which is going to help employers to set up and run effective forums. This is going to give everyone a level of meaningful say on the issues that actually matter most to them. It's going to be pursued in collaboration with the IPA and the overall guide is going to help people to comply with the ICE regulations in the UK. It is also going to help everyone in the world. If you work in the industry of labour jobs or even in labour recruitment you will soon see that this is going to benefit you the most.

Employee Voice

Employee Voice is easily one of the seven known dimensions of job quality, and it has been identified by the CIPD. It is very important, especially during times of uncertainty and change, that people are able to secure good work. Voice is actually good for business too, companies who have a very effective level of ICE structures have reported that they have a major saving and that sometimes this amounts to millions of pounds. A lot of this comes down to better decision-making, industrial relations, and even workforce involvement.
We are in the 21st century right now and it should be noted that there is absolutely no justification for denying workers their voice. ICE regulations might be the more modest form of industrial democracy but it would appear that it has the potential to make a meaningful consultation the norm in a lot of workplaces. The more this can be implemented, the better.

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