The sacking of the former home secretary did not come as a shock to many. Throughout her time in office, Suella Braverman has been a divisive force.
Progress has been made in recent years to address the inequalities that exist for black and minority groups, including in the workplace.
A casino waitress who was told to ‘grow up’ following an argument and was referred to as ‘the black girl’ has lost her age and race discrimination claims.
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.”
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.
The NHS is the fifth largest employer in the world and the largest employer of global majority people in the UK.
A manager at Lloyds Bank who used the 'N-word' during a race education session, was unfairly dismissed, a tribunal has found.
Across all ethnicities, mothers earn an average of 45% less than women without children, but the report found there are greater gaps and additional barriers for mothers from minoritised ethnicities.
When working on closing the gender pay gap, the UK and the US do stand out by looking beyond gender. They consider ethnic identity as another indicator of pay disparity: the ethnic pay gap.