Companies, and society in general, are perceiving disabled workers in terms of what they can't do rather than looking at their potential.
The majority (75%) of women of colour in the UK have experienced racism at work, causing some to change their language, clothes or hair to better fit in.
Women are more likely to be ignored by their managers in the workplace than men, according to a new report from professional services firm PWC.
Some UK companies have been accused of only supporting the LGBT+ community during Pride month.
Disabled workers are hiding their conditions in the workplace over fear for their career progression.
The UK government has exceeded targets to see a million more disabled people in work five years ahead of schedule, yet campaigners warn of the underlying disability employment gap.
The CEO of vocational education trainer City Guilds Group Kirstie Donnelly discusses putting the sizzle back into vital jobs and how we need to push the boundaries of what a brilliant employer looks...
As businesses of all stripes seek to widen their diversity of talent, apprenticeships are proving a useful and practical means of bringing those with disabilities into the workforce.