Coronavirus presents an opportunity for HR to create a culture that encourages women's progression, despite the pandemic's detrimental impact on gender equality in the workplace.
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...
Katherine Hoppins is HR business parter at the Financial Compensation Scheme. Here, she talks about her career so far.
There are still too few women in senior leadership positions to drive long-term change, despite voluntary targets having boosted gender diversity on UK boards.
?The UK economy is missing out on £47 billion in pre-tax profit due to a lack of women in top executive roles.
The discussion around gender inequality has never been more crucial for British business.
Companies will need to be more agile and more empathetically-led following the coronavirus crisis, experts agreed in our HR Lunchtime Debate on 14 May
Masters of Business Administration (MBA) students and graduates believe the discernment of female and BAME leadership will still be an important issue in the future of work, according to a survey held...
Following news that prime minister Boris Johnson was rushed into intensive care last week, we look at how organisations cope when their leader is absent