COVID-19 and national lockdowns have stalled progress for working women as they have had to adapt their working lives more than men.
Workers from Black and minority ethnic (BME) backgrounds have had to self-isolate at a much higher rate than white workers, according to a new report from the TUC.
HR teams have an important role to play to make sure that trans and non-binary staff are not discriminated against and that they feel comfortable at their place of work.
Katherine Hoppins is HR business parter at the Financial Compensation Scheme. Here, she talks about her career so far.
?Women have had a tougher time getting hired than men due to the impact COVID-19 has had on businesses.
The United Nations’ International Day of Persons with Disabilities (3 December) is an opportunity to highlight the many contributions that disabled people make to our economy, our workplaces and...
Working from home due to the pandemic has meant that more jobs are opened up to those with disabilities, however it may not go far enough.
An employment tribunal against Jaguar Land Rover has broken new ground in ensuring the protection of gender-fluid employees from discrimination under the Equality Act.