Business psychologist Pearn Kandola’s Stuart Duff explains the ups and downs of remote working in the long term. Here’s what you need to know.
New research has found that BAME workers are overrepresented in the ‘zero-hours-contract’ economy but underrepresented at board level.
LGBT charity, Stonewall has released its ‘top 100’ list of inclusive employers. The results show that private sector businesses have a lot more to do.
Inequality is still prevalent in the workplace despite the existence of equality legislation. What can we do to stop it?
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.
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.
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.
Political correctness at its best can make people behave in a more thoughtful way, and at its worst can supress debate.
Companies across the UK continue to work on resolving the gender pay gap, but Weetabix is a fine example of a firm getting the job done.
The need for a diverse and inclusive workplace is still a global topic of debate – with even the big technological giants Google and Uber being questioned over inclusiveness practices. As such, many are now looking towards technology to help solve this problem.
Diversity and inclusion is an increasingly hot topic in society at large, but also specifically in business. What’s less clear, when thinking of the issue in relation to the corporate sphere, is what does it really mean?