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Business leaders and global corporations including Barclays, HCBC, IBM, and Tesco Bank have been shortlisted for a series of top accolades ahead of the NatWest sponsored British LGBT Awards which will take place at a glittering ceremony in London on 12 May.
A first-of-its-kind employer toolkit designed to help businesses recruit and retain more single parents and care leavers has been launched today.
Busaba, the modern-Bangkok restaurant group, is taking an alternative approach to engaging its colleagues and guests with the introduction of mindfulness classes this month.
Leeds Trinity University has invested in a new initiative to help their employees stay happy and healthy.
MSLGROUP is strengthening its Employee practice and Senior Leadership in the UK with the appointment of
Priscilla Kuehnel as Director of Engagement, Employee Practice.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has scored 88% in Business Disability Forum’s Disability Standard, a world-renowned tool used to measure accessibility and inclusion in the workplace.
Unattractive benefits packages can hamper a company’s ability to retain and motivate younger generations, according to research from Bupa.
The UK job market has seen a positive sign of growth in the lead up to Christmas according to recruitment software provider, Recruitive.
HSBC is launching a support package to help small UK businesses overcome the financial challenges of parental leave, including interest-free overdrafts, repayment support for small business loans and capital repayment holidays.
New research from Cirrus shows a shift away from traditional performance management processes towards more a more agile, dialogue-based approach.
The winners are announced for the European Diversity Awards! Find out more here.
In direct contrast to the Government’s announcement this week that salary sacrifice schemes, such as mobile phones, gym memberships cars and health screenings for employees will no longer attract tax savings, research from benefits provider Grass Roots has found that 64% of employees think that the Government should make employers offer more benefits, with 65% believing that it should happen via a salary sacrifice scheme.
Shortlist sees Accenture, Barclays, Deloitte and RBS nominated for their commitment to diversity in the workplace
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) is marking Coming Out Day with the launch of a new digital hub designed to help its members create more diverse and inclusive workforces.