The newest court case, involving IBM, Microsoft and a chief of diversity, highlights the increasing importance companies are placing on diversity hiring.
Author Shané Schutte
KFC shut down numerous chains over the weekend after running out of chicken. Even now, 600 stores remain closed and it has left many curious as to what happened.
A study by the Equality and Human Rights Commission has shown that employers still find pregnancy a “burden” in the workplace.
Internet giant Google has rolled out a new feature on its web browser, which will automatically block the likes of pop-up ads. First announced in 2017, Chrome’s VP of product management, Rahul Roy-Chowdry, said it was time someone eradicated “annoying online adverts.”
Primark landed itself in hot water, after failing to protect one of its transgender employees from the abuse of colleagues. The company promptly found itself in court, slapped with a gender reassignment discrimination badge. There is, of course, a lesson to be learned.
The CEO of Streetwise explains the pressures young people face, and whether any mental health issues they have would sufficiently be addressed once they enter the world of business.
Small business minister Andrew Griffiths appeared on Radio 5 Live to push the government’s new shared parental leave campaign. He ended up divulging information which broadcaster Emma Barnett called “ludicrous”.
Finance is renowned for having some of the most stressed workers. But with increasing pressure and a lack of effective wellbeing measures, FDs and CFOs across the globe predict fatigue will soon dominate their lives.
SMEs need to get a better grip on productivity, Close Brothers Group suggests after analysing the thoughts of 1,400 UK, French and German decision makers.
Our January 2018 economic statistics piece places much emphasis on the UK’s growth rate compared to that of other G7 countries – and takes a look at why the Bank of England’s interest rate hike may not have been a “one and done” affair.
We’ve all been prone to some negative thinking and more likely than not, it impacts the way we work. Experts in psychology, however, have given their advice on how to calm the mind.
February 5th marks National Sickie Day and to celebrate it, Citation’s HR and law employment team sought to find the silliest excuses bosses were given.