How can we create disability-confident workplaces? Jo Stubbs discusses what HR professionals need to know and why disability-confident workplaces are good for business
Tags: diversity and inclusion
Almost half of workers who experience periods (48 per cent) say there is a noticeable stigma around the issue of menstruation at the company they work for. What must be done?
New research finds that tech companies may be turning away qualified women before they even have the opportunity to get started. But how is bias manifested?
Some people with mental health conditions could be waiting for over a year for employers to put in place much needed workplace adjustments, new findings published today show.
Symposium Events is delighted to welcome Trevor – Senior Learning Business Partner at King – as a speaker at the 2nd annual Diversity and Inclusion conference.
Some big names aren’t proud to make the list.
Employers must respond to calls for workplace diversity, driven by anti-discrimination law and the need to attract, motivate and retain top talent.
One of the key actions an employer can take is the introduction of a diversity and inclusion policy.
The results are disheartening.
What are the pertinent issues and how can employers address them?
It’s LGBTQ History month. In our first in a series of opinion pieces Ed Johnson discusses the importance of mentoring in improving LGBTQ D&i in the workplace.
New research finds that employer investment in diversity programmes fall far short off the mark.
Back for a second year, Symposium Events announces a first look at the programme for 2019.
Dr Stefanos Nachmias explains why ensuring everyone is treated equally, and with dignity, should be a key strategic priority.