It’s no secret that there is increasing pressure on businesses to employ a diverse workforce and with good reason. Over the past few years, while there have been steps in the right direction – for instance, FTSE 100 companies reaching more than 25% representation of women on boards – there is certainly more to be done across the board for diversity (and not just on gender parity).Read More
Author: Oliver Watson
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