In the second of his blogs, Martin Meadlarklan, Employment Relations Manager at the JIB, discusses the recent wage rate changes, increases to the lodging allowance, the launch of the new JIB Resolution Procedure and the Network Infrastructure Agreement
The majority of survey respondents say the JIB’s overall performance in 2023 was Good, Very Good or Excellent.
The first four people to successfully complete the experienced worker assessment route to the EAL Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Providing Electronic Fire and Security Systems receive their qualifications
The Government’s announcement of investment in apprenticeships is a welcome step for the electrotechnical sector but more needs to be done to tackle the skills gap and support economic growth.
The Government set out its 2023-2024 programme of legislation in the King’s Speech at the Opening of Parliament on 7th November.
Research commissioned by The Electrotechnical Skills Partnership (TESP) reveals the scale of the workforce required to meet government targets for solar powered electricity generation.
The JIB Apprentice rates will be aligned to the National Minimum Wage for 2024.
The JIB hosted another successful industry forum ‘Apprenticeships – Routes into the Electrotechnical Sector, the Opportunities & Challenges’ on Wednesday 25th October at London’s Goldsmiths’ Centre.
As an inaugural member of the EIC’s Emerging Professionals Board – Deborah Graham-Wilson, Head of Communications & ESG at Eland Cables, reflects on her five-year tenure.
The JIB and ECS will be exhibiting at the Elex Show at Sandown Park Racecourse in Esher, Surrey, on 2nd-3rd November 2023.
In a brand new blog, Martin Meadlarklan, Employment Relations Manager at the JIB, discusses Industrial Relations Trends and Forthcoming Employment Law Changes.