Creating a sense of belonging is about more than just celebrating differences in your organisation, it’s a question of authenticity.
This month, Thandiwe Newton announced she was changing the spelling of her name back to its original after a misspelling in the credits of a movie resulted in it being anglicised for three decades.
Young black people are now three times more likely to be unemployed than young white people since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Institutional racism in the UK labour market traps too many black and minority ethnic workers in poverty, insecurity and low pay, says the TUC.
The CIPD and Business in the Community (BITC) have issued new guidance to help employers meet the Race at Work Charter.
Hertfordshire County Council has reinvigorated its D&I strategy to ensure its employees feel more valued during its coronavirus recovery.
For years the expression BAME has been used to describe people with ethnicity that is not white. It was widely accepted and often at times used by members of the black community themselves.
UK professions are gradually becoming reflective of our society as companies have increased hiring rates for underrepresented groups in a push to diversify their employee bases.
Ethnic minority representation on FTSE 100 boards has increased from 52 companies to 81 in the past year.
For a number of years, businesses have been working to embed diversity initiatives and inclusive behaviours into their culture, increasing awareness and understanding of the benefits a diverse...