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Lesley Richards, Head of the professional body CIPD in Wales in a new article discussed current fair work best practices. In their definition, fair work means that all individuals have an effective voice, opportunity, security, fulfilment, and respect in the workplace. It balances the rights and responsibilities of both employers and workers.
The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) in Wales believes that policymakers, employers, and people professionals all have a role to play in ensuring that work is both productive for the organization and fair for employees. Good and fair work is defined as work that is fairly rewarded, gives people the means to securely make a living, provides opportunities for skill development and career progression, provides a supportive environment with constructive relationships, allows for work-life balance, enables physical and mental health, and gives employees the voice and choice to shape their working lives.