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Tags: diversity in the workplace
Can one of Brexit’s many disruptions be the UK workforce being less accepting of non-UK workers?
Mothers in the UK continue to face greater obstacles than fathers in their careers if they embrace part time and flexible working, according to a major new study.
In today’s free webinar we’ll be sharing analysis of the latest round of reporting and examining what it tells us about any progress in closing the gap. Click on the story to register for free.
Symposium Events is delighted to welcome Trevor – Senior Learning Business Partner at King – as a speaker at the 2nd annual Diversity and Inclusion conference.
Caroline Whaley co-founder of Shine for Women, explains why it’s vital men are as empowered as much as women if we’re to see the gender pay gap closed
A leading law firm has warned that compulsory gender pay gap reporting is not a quick fix for organisations which are struggling with the issue.
Find out the top five behaviours that people leaders demonstrate to champion female talent.
Find out which important demographic of UK workers are increasingly frustrated about the lack of progress in gender pay gap reporting, and why this is an important issue for HR.
While every workplace has to recognise and act upon the legal rights of women in pregnancy, another issue not so recognized in the workplace exists that is unique to women.
Women who have had successful careers in business and are now looking to strike a work-life balance are an invaluable source of talent, says Carol Johnson.
Institute of Employment Studies suggests that cultural and practical barriers to collecting and reporting ethnicity data are greater than for gender pay.
Dr Stefanos Nachmias explains why ensuring everyone is treated equally, and with dignity, should be a key strategic priority.
Try naming your child Peter or Deborah if you want them to become a future CEO.
Why is today, Friday 4th January, such an important day to recognize?