- Driving safety culture
- Simplifying the organisation and how it works
- Building on and sustaining the integrated organisational model and promoting joint working, where it makes good business sense
- Maintaining focus on effective and efficient working and managing workforce-related costs
- Building a diverse workforce
People Strategy Documents:
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Topic area: People Strategy
Crossrail required the mobilisation of the right people to deliver the project on time and on budget. The People Strategy sets out Crossrail’s overarching approach to achieving a diverse workforce with the right people, at the right time, suitably skilled, motivated and engaged to deliver the Crossrail project. Infor...
Topic area: Equality and Diversity
Crossrail is a diverse organisation that over its lifetime will bring approximately 55,000 people together from many different backgrounds and employers. This paper discusses Crossrail’s approach to managing equality and diversity across the programme whilst ensuring getting the right people for the right job. It des...
Topic area: Pre-application Consultation
The Crossrail project aimed to incorporate good inclusivity practice into the planning, implementation and operational phases of the operational railway. With a project of the size and complexity of Crossrail the timeframe for completion of construction was lengthy. With that in mind, the Crossrail Equality Impact Asse...
|16/01/2006||Good Practice Document|