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Schools across Birmingham have continued to deliver lessons and other educational activities digitally for pupils who remain learning from home due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Capita announces today that it has rapidly deployed its largest ever virtual workforce – to support the UK Government’s Covid-19 relief effort.
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While many of us are coming to terms with a ‘new norm’, we remain committed to creating a workforce that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve, and a working environment where everyone’s views matter and no one feels excluded.
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Capita has today secured Fair Tax Mark certification and joins the growing movement of responsible businesses who are proud to say what they pay with pride.
Capita has become the first business to be accredited by the Good Business Charter, a new initiative developed in partnership with the Confederation of British Industry and Trades Union Congress.
The Hampton-Alexander Review published today has shown that Capita has climbed 40 places to 70th position in the gender diversity rankings of FTSE 250 companies.
We are delighted to announce that on this World Mental Health Day, Capita has taken another step in improving mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.
The awards are dedicated to recognising the achievements of organisations and individuals in promoting social mobility.
Capita will pay all UK employees a minimum of the Real Living Wage from April next year. The salaries of almost 6,000 employees will increase as a result.
The UK Social Mobility Awards aim to make the advancement of social mobility a key part of how organisations and businesses in the UK are run.
Capita chief executive Jon Lewis has underlined the company’s commitment to prompt payment of suppliers at a meeting hosted by the Chancellor at Number 11 Downing Street.
Capita has produced its first ever ‘supplier charter’, outlining how it operates and works together with its 35,000 suppliers.
The Insect Biomass Conversion Task & Finish Group (IBCTFG) - led by Fera, Capita’s joint venture with Defra - is calling on the UK Government to narrow the global ‘protein gap’ by supporting insect protein production.
Today marks the beginning of Mental Health Awareness Week, when businesses, schools and communities come together to start conversations around mental health.
This February celebrates national LGBT History month, the aim of which is to promote equality and diversity for the benefit of all.