How IRIS Software Group is amplifying Gen Z’s voice at work

Stephanie Kelly, chief people officer at IRIS Software Group, looks at how to help younger workers speak up in the workplace.

A different slant: Reasonable adjustments alone won't cut it

Business Disability Forum’s research showed the stark reality of the battle for reasonable adjustments. Angela Matthews, the charity's policy and research lead, discusses the results and how HR can...

Inclusive interaction: addressing awkwardness around disability

The manner in which we interact and communicate in the workplace affects everything. It changes relationships, morale, productivity, management, and wellbeing.

Health secretary orders NHS to stop hiring DEI roles

Health Secretary Steve Barclay has ordered the NHS to stop recruiting for roles solely focused on diversity and inclusion.

Jeremy Hunt is wrong: DE&I is mission critical for British business

While diversity and inclusion has come to the forefront of public consciousness in recent years, a focus on budget cuts has had an unfortunate and disproportionate impact on DEI strategy in the past...

Male firefighters took ‘scenic route’ to ogle women, sex harassment tribunal hears

A female firefighter won her sex harassment case after her male colleagues regularly would take the ‘scenic route’ back to their station to ogle women.

Transgender employee wins historic gender reassignment discrimination case

A council employee who is transgender won £25,000 in a gender reassignment discrimination tribunal after her employer took two years to change her name on its systems.

Employers have more menopause support than they realise

Employers may well have more support for menopause than they realise, according to Katharine Moxham, spokesperson for Group Risk Development (GRiD), the industry body for group risk protection.

Use microaffirmations every day to build inclusion

Noam Chomsky once said: “A language is not just words. It’s a culture, a tradition, a unification of a community, a whole history that creates what a community is. It’s all embodied in a language.”

Losing (and gaining) religion in the UK – adapting to changing needs

As the number of people of differing faiths, and no faith, co-existing in the workplace rises, DAN CAVE reports on how employers are updating their policies to be more inclusive.

Four future HR trends from Dayforce’s Insights conference

Held at the Wynn in Las Vegas, HR software company Dayforce (formerly Ceridian) hosted three days of sessions and talks, headlined by actor Kevin Bacon.

How employers can go further to support employees after childbirth

Traditionally, baby bonding leave consists of time and money. The amount of time and money depends on the company policy of course and employers have been praised when they increase these.