The full impact of COVID-19 on women's progress at work has not yet been realised, with huge consequences for gender equality.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) will be giving UK firms a six-month grace period if they do not report their gender pay gap data by 30 March (public sector) or 4 April (private) 2021.
MPs have put pressure on the UK government to support women’s employment during the coronavirus pandemic.
A video of a chaotic parish council meeting went viral last week. After ten months of living and working through a pandemic, many of us could relate to the new challenges we face navigating an online...
The business case for diversity is well established. Over the last year, the increased focus on race and ethnicity has led many companies to realise that their current policies and approach to...
?Recent research by Open for Business found that numerous companies were not providing LGBT+ employees with enough knowledge and resources on the local laws and culture for international assignments.
As the world turned its attention in 2020 to fighting off the pandemic some of society’s gaps were exposed.
COVID-19 and national lockdowns have stalled progress for working women as they have had to adapt their working lives more than men.