Only 18 per cent of employees said they regretted leaving their jobs.
UK suffering from bullying in the office as ITV drama set to come out in December dramatises this culture
Women experience more bullying and discrimination than their male colleagues.
“HR must engage everyone at every level of the organisation.”
Working class women earn £16,000 less than men from wealthier backgrounds for similar roles.
Women who may become pregnant still face illegal measures from employers.
HR wants to encourage equality but still discrimination persists.
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Analysis has shown that one in four organisations that have submitted gender pay gap reports for the 2018/19 reporting period failed to submit reports that conform to UK government guidelines.
Nearly one in four UK employees says they have experienced an incident in the past 12 months where they or a colleague were unfairly discriminated against in their workplace because of their gender, age, background, sexual orientation or preferences, culture or ethnicity.
This September will see the 50th anniversary of the Wolfenden Report, which marked the beginning of the decriminalisation of homosexuality in the United Kingdom.
Google has tried to restrict the media reporting of a high-profile gender discrimination case brought by the US government.
A recent report jointly published by the Petitions Committee and the Women and Equalities Committee illustrates that wearing high heels for a prolonged period of time can cause both short and long-term damage to workers’ health and wellbeing.
More than half of transgender people have experienced some form of transphobic discrimination in the workplace, and 53 percent have felt the need to hide their trans status from colleagues.