Disabled employees still struggling to get adjustments

Getting workplace adjustments is not easy for nine out of 10 disabled employees, according to the Business Disability Forum’s (BDF) Great Big Workplace Adjustments Survey 2023.

How to reconcile older worker needs with the digitalisation of workplaces

In the UK, as in much of western Europe, we are living in an increasingly ageing society, with improvements in health and medical technology enabling us to live longer, healthier lives.

Ryanair chief pilot sacked over sexual harassment allegations

Ryanair former chief pilot Aidan Murray has reportedly been dismissed for repeated sexual misconduct following an investigation by the airline.

Equal pay audits missing from half of UK businesses

Half (51%) of UK organisations have never completed an equal pay audit, according to research from reward consultancy, 3R Strategy.

Three ways to fight for gender equality in an economic crisis

Amid soaring energy prices, high inflation and weakened consumer demand, speakers at the FT Women in Business Summit Europe on Tuesday (13 June) discussed how to empower resilient female leaders. 

Employment support for disabled people given £58 million boost

The UK government has announced £58 million in funding to support disabled people and people with health conditions in England to find and stay in work.

Embracing diversity, equity and inclusion: a blueprint for HR teams

 In May 2023, Tiger Recruitment hosted a roundtable event with senior HR leaders to discuss the future of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI).

Work jargon isolates younger employees

Jargon like ‘blue-sky thinking’, ‘low-hanging fruit’ and ‘ducks in a row’ makes 48% of Gen-Z and millennial workers feel less involved in the workplace according to research from LinkedIn and language...

Men more likely to go to tribunal than women

Employment disputes with male employees were significantly more likely to reach tribunal stage between 2011 and 2021 than those with female employees.

British Transport Police chief constable: “We are creating a hostile work environment for predators”

Lucy D’Orsi, chief constable of British Transport Police (BTP) said she wants to create a company culture that is hostile to predators and abuse of power.

Innocent backlash: should companies take a stance on social issues?

Innocent drinks has deleted a Twitter thread about gender diversity advice from the trans charity Mermaids after it received backlash from commenters.

Menopause and menstruation at work guidance launched

A new standard for businesses on menstruation, menstrual health and menopause in the workplace has been published by the UK’s national standards body, The British Standard Institution (BSI).