Socio-economic background is more likely to impact a person’s career in financial services than gender or ethnicity, according to a report from non-profit consultancy, The Bridge Group.
Building a diverse workforce is crucial for high-performing businesses, yet we continue to see roles and industries skewed towards certain age groups or genders. To change these patterns, we need to...
Investors in People’s Make Work Better conference yesterday (20 September) was headlined by the serial investor and Diary of a CEO podcaster, Steven Bartlett and included insight from British Airways...
Over one in 10 (12%) business decision-makers think several Afrocentric hairstyles are completely inappropriate for the workplace, according to a survey by awareness campaign World Afro Hair Day.
In the last few years, flexible working has gone from something of a company secret to a modern-day buzzword.
A tribunal has found that retailer Marks & Spencer unfairly fired an autistic man after a colleague complained about his behaviour.
An effective bankruptcy at Birmingham City Council has sparked warnings about the value of equal pay in mitigating financial and legal risk and allowing employers to access vital skills.
A proposal to tighten access to benefits for those unable to work due to mobility or mental health issues has been slammed by legal and HR experts.