Is the ageing workforce left on the shelf? New research makes some disheartening finds, including that three in four 51-60 year olds offered no promotion opportunities with current employer.
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To mark Father’s Day ( June 16th), we bring you a new report which urges companies to keep pace with changing attitudes,as more dads than ever are now involved in day to day parenting.
To tackle the entrenched, structural crisis, Virgin Media and Scope are launching the #WorkWithMe pledge. It is a free ground-breaking initiative.
A new nationwide survey has revealed that the majority of British workers would back pay transparency measures to tackle income inequality, as calls mount for Scandinavian-style income disclosures in Britain.
Increasing pension age in line with life expectancy is a very blunt instrument that exacerbates inequality and particularly harms older women, say experts.
New research finds that employer investment in diversity programmes fall far short off the mark.
Working mothers feel stigma which manifests in a shocking way.
Institute of Employment Studies suggests that cultural and practical barriers to collecting and reporting ethnicity data are greater than for gender pay.
New survey indicates a shift in the areas that employees prioritise when it comes to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace.
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?
The latest WEF report indicates that it will take centuries to achieve gender parity in workplaces around the globe.
100 years ago today women over 30 whose husbands were occupiers of property where given the right to vote.
New research shows that the UK tech industry still has some way to go to address its workforce’s gender imbalance.
OECD explains that we still have some way to go in achieving migrant inclusion goals.