Perception gap exists between leaders and how LGBT+ workers view company.
“When you look at wellbeing holistically mental health feeds in to every aspect.”
Exactly how many FTSE 100 companies do not mention LGBT diversity in their annual reports?
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.
Alan Joyce, CEO of Australian airline Qantas, today tops the OUTstanding Leading LGBT+ Executives List in recognition of his work in supporting and promoting the Marriage Equality Campaign in Australia. Alan is joined by Campbell Soup Company President Denise Morrison, who leads the OUTstanding Leading Ally Executives List, and Stuart Barette, Global CMB IT Programme…
The leading banking group Lloyds has been named the most inclusive employer in Britain by Stonewall.
The governor of Mississippi has signed into law a highly controversial anti-LGBT bill, that allows businesses to legally refuse service to same-sex couples based on their religious beliefs.
Mitie, the facilities management company, has announced a partnership with Stonewall, the LGBT diversity and inclusion charity. Mitie is now a member of Stonewall’s Diversity Champions programme, Britain’s leading best-practice employers’ forum for sexual orientation and gender identity equality, diversity and inclusion.
PageGroup, the specialist recruitment company, has launched [email protected] to support its lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) employees.
All three Armed forces ranked in Top 100 gay-friendly employer list coincides with 15 year anniversary of lifting ban on gays in military. Legal and local government sectors also feature heavily in Top 100.
Retail guru Mary Portas has joined the judging panel that will assess the top 50 most influential LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) people in business and enterprise.
The top 50 most influential LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) people in business and enterprise will be officially recognised in January. For the first time Britain’s leading LGBT business powerhouses will be ranked in a comprehensive list which will be published by the Daily Telegraph in collaboration with the leading diversity and inclusion events…