Our CEO, Jonathan Lewis, joined other business leaders in signing a letter published in the Sunday Times,further reaffirming Capita’s commitment to listen and learn in response to Black Lives Matter.
Pride isn’t about celebrating once a year, it’s about listening and responding to the needs of our LGBTQ+ colleagues all year round.
Capita Resourcing has become the first recruitment business to be accredited for its collaborative business relationships by the International Organisation for Standardisation. They gained this recognition by demonstrating their use of the eight-stage model of collaborative relationships when working with others.
Boosting wellbeing and productivity are more challenging when working remotely. Will virtual team building be the future of work?
Our local government team support local authorities all year round. Learn how we’re working better together to continue delivering support through COVID-19.
Supporting our employees’ wellbeing is more important than ever. In this whitepaper ‘Wellness in the time of COVID-19’, we identify the key factors impacting wellbeing and look at ways to reduce the risks.
The current COVID-19 crisis has brought instant changes to the way we are approaching work and learning. As we look to the future, what will be the impact on the way businesses manage their approach to people?
COVID-19 has revealed which companies are digital-ready “thrivers” and exposed those lagging behind, the barely “survivors”. Patrick Gormley, Consulting Services Lead at Capita, discusses the impact on work and culture.
We’re working in partnership with the government to set up coronavirus testing sites and contributing resources to healthcare call centres.
We were highly commended in the Inclusion Project 2020 category at the Neurodiversity Awards. Our collaborative work with Essex County Council has led them to become the first local government to offer a supportive internship for young adults with autism. We’re so proud to have been part of this project. Well done to everyone involved.