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  • Blog
  • 19th Jun 2024

How reframing flexible working can drive up female recruitment

It is widely recognised that flexible work is one of the most important factors in helping women return to work, often due to ongoing caregiving responsibilities. Many women will only consider employers who offer such flexibility.

  • Blog
  • 13th Jun 2024

How to show true value in a CV in the gig economy

People in insecure work often accrue valuable skills and experience, even though their  employment history may include frequent job changes, gaps between jobs, or periods of unemployment. 

  • Blog
  • 10th Jun 2024

Helping employers transition to flexible working

From December all employers in Singapore will have to fairly consider staff requests for flexible working arrangements. This is a big step for the country’s companies – a recent survey found that more than half still maintained a traditional, full work-from-office policy. 

  • Blog
  • 16th Apr 2024

Why Hiring Creatives Won't Solve Your Innovation Challenge

Innovation and creativity aren't just desirable; they're essential for business success. By fostering a culture of innovation, businesses gain a competitive edge, ensuring they stand out in crowded markets and stay ahead of evolving trends. 

  • Blog
  • 8th Apr 2024

Are you ready to make the most of new flexible working legislation?

Many employers struggle to implement flexible working successfully. In our work, BIT has identified three barriers and provide suggestions for how to overcome them.

  • Person

Isabel Kaldor

Isabel is an Associate Advisor based in the London office, working in the Work and Equalities team. Prior to joining BIT, she worked as an analyst in the NSW Treasury. Isabel has also gained experience in the private sector, managing machine learning projects in a global AI firm. Isabel recently…

  • Press release
  • 18th Mar 2024

UK GDP held back by hidden information on price and quality

A lack of available information that could help consumers and businesses compare quality and price when buying goods or services is costing the UK economy around £14 billion in revenue, new research from the Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) finds.

  • Blog
  • 13th Mar 2024

Growth Vouchers: Introducing Randomised Control Trials to Government Policy

The Centre for Economic Performance at the LSE recently published the results of a randomised control trial to evaluate the impact of business Growth Vouchers. BIT was involved in the design of this trial from the very beginning and here we reflect on the importance of RCTs, why this one…

  • Report
  • 5th Mar 2024

Appliquer une approche comportementale à la lutte contre les stéréotypes limitant l’accès à l’emploi des personnes en situation de handicap

En France, malgré la loi sur le handicap de 2005 imposant à toutes les entreprises de plus de 20 salariés d’intégrer à leurs effectifs 6 % de travailleurs handicapés, l’accès à l’emploi demeure difficile pour les personnes en situation de handicap. Nous avons collaboré avec la DITP et Pôle Emploi…

  • Report
  • 5th Mar 2024

Applying a behavioural approach to address stereotypes that limit access to employment for people with disabilities

In France, despite the 2005 law requiring all companies with more than 20 employees to integrate 6% of workers with disabilities into their workforce, accessing employment remains a challenge for disabled jobseekers. We collaborated with the Direction Interministérielle de la Transformation Publique (DITP) and Pôle Emploi to apply a behavioural…