Diversity and Inclusivity is at the forefront of thought. The world is seemingly unfolding into something more representative for diversity, although there is much work still to be done.
Some may think that women often leave the workforce over plans to start a family, but there may be several other factors contributing to the gender disparity in workplaces.
The UK is bossing it globally in terms of entrepreneurs launching startups. However, it’s still got much progress to do for improving its diversity
While mental health is an important subject to address, employers must give more attention to female employees and ensure their wellbeing
Virgin Media and Philips among employers urging businesses to take action now to boost inclusivity and help solve the UK’s disability employment crisis
Our workplace cultures, defined by the norms of how people conducted themselves, interacted with each other, what employees across the organisation collectively believed in, and all of this shaped by the environment they worked in, has disappeared.
A new survey from Foot Anstey has found that over 1 in 10 (11%) retail employees have experienced inappropriate touching of a sexual nature at their current employer.
Startup success is only possible when entrepreneurs prioritise diversity. And now, a new report from Debut says 2.5 million young people wouldn’t apply to a workplace employing predominantly middle to upper class workers
British workplaces are rife with transphobia. However, it’s in your company’s interest to be more inclusive and make the environment welcoming for every employee
Silicon Valley is rife with sexism and after video game company Riot Games had hundreds of employees walk out to protest against sexual discrimination, it’s obvious that female workers need more safety and equality