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"The agenda-setting research and analysis produced alongside the BCC provided us with a clear understanding of business sentiment at crucial moments. As the UK's largest job site, we were also able to develop our insights for regional Chambers while working closely with members to help them navigate these challenging times."

Since 2018 BCC and Indeed have worked  in partnership on a  number  of  projects focussed on the ‘People’ agenda, including:

Impact

  • The Workforce Survey provided businesses, policy makers, the media and local and national government with data and insight on the labour market.Enabling them to make better informed hiring decisions and business policies.
  • The data from the Workforce Survey helped inform the BCC and the Chamber Network’s decision to launch a People Campaign.
  • The Hiring Handbook educated businesses on how to attract the best talent and retain them in a period of nearly full employment.
  • The Annual Conference enabled businesses from all over the UK to engage with Whitehall and the media as well as the ability to be inspired by high profile business leaders and contribute to policy debates.

Benefits to Indeed

  • Access to market leading data and insight.
  • National press and broadcast coverage.
  • A route to the SME market.
  • Raised the profile of Indeed’s economists.
  • Exposure to BCC’s advocacy work.
  • Positioned Indeed as a thought leader.
  • Positioned Indeed as a credible voice of the recruitment market.
  • Association with recognising and rewarding business achievement across the UK.
  • Association with a trusted champion of business represented across the UK.
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