Following one of the most difficult years in decades there is an increased appetite for real change. Thom Dennis, CEO at Serenity in Leadership, shares ten reasons why diversity is so vital and may well be the key to healthier times in 2021.
Bullhorn vice-president Vinda Souza explores the state of diversity in business recruitment.
Thought employee diversity and effective cybersecurity weren’t linked? Well they are, this is how it can help you better safeguard your business.
Inequality is still prevalent in the workplace despite the existence of equality legislation. What can we do to stop it?
Diversity and inclusion are hot topics in business right now. But you can’t have one without the other.
In this series, we look at workplace norms that push the gender divide further, and how you can build an inclusive culture that helps everyone bring their best selves to work.
As the dust settles on this year?s Gender Pay Gap reporting season, it’s time to take stock of the results and consider the ways in which businesses can start making changes now to ensure they are fit for the future. Because in this day and age, hiding away from diversity and inclusion obligations could mean the difference between growth and acceleration, and being left behind.
Are there advantages to being female in the tech industry? According to new research, there is, and they include career advancement and being an industry pioneer.
Andrew Roughan, Managing Director of Plexal, an innovative co-working hub, talks diversity in tech, and how Plexal’s collaboration with a new government initiative will push the agenda further.
Class-based discrimination remains an enigma in diversity and inclusion discussions. These SMEs are here to say that it’s real and needs to be discussed.
Will Shepherd, CEO at Cohesion Recruitment, highlights the benefits that an early talent workforce can have on a business.
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council is ploughing ?5.5 million of funding into 11 university projects to improve equality and diversity in the sector.