Most employers want to build a fair, inclusive and accessible organisation. Not only is it good business sense, but it’s important for attracting and retaining talent. However, many companies still...
Disabled parents have faced greater disruptions to their work and income during the pandemic than non-disabled parents.
Big UK retailers have founded Diversity in Retail (DiR) to drive equality across the consumer goods sector.
HR magazine attended the Institute for Employment Studies’ annual conference this week (Thurs 10 June), which this year focussed on equality, diversity and inclusion.
Ask anyone working in a role related to diversity, equality and social inclusion what motivates them and you’ll hear any number of good reasons. Our passions, life experiences and a conviction that we...
HR magazine has launched a new Q&A column to answer HR’s burning diversity and inclusion questions.
While the COVID crisis has been testing for us all, those with disabilities have been badly hit, with many losing income or their ability to work. What can HR do to ensure they don’t get left behind?
Employers need to work on building trust and understanding if they want to have an accurate depiction of their disabled workforce.
How many of the employees in your workforce are carers of a disabled child? No judgement if you are unaware - statistics and standard carer categories don’t often differentiate between unpaid carers...
Prime minister Boris Johnson has been urged to deliver a strategy to improve the employment prospects of disabled people in a new report by the CSJ Disability Commission.