According to the organisation, employment law needs to be simplified and relaxed in the UK so that it is easier to take on new workers, including sales recruitment candidates.
This in turn will bolster workplace flexibility and foster better employment relations, says the CBI in its new report, Thinking Positive: The 21st Century Employment Relationship.
The digital report includes video interviews with employees and staff about the benefits of good communication and flexibility and it also examines how this helped to minimise private sector job losses during and after the recession.
John Cridland, CBI director-general, said the UK already has a strong base of employment rights already in place, so the state does not need to be telling firms how to manage every aspect of basic human relations.
"The government should adopt a simpler approach to future employment law, one which maximises choice for employers and staff and plays up the strengths of our flexible labour market," he added.
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