People with a life limiting issue or disability could become invaluable to businesses in a post- coronavirus world, according Steve Shutts from recruitment charity Astriid.Diversity & inclusion Employment law Recruitment HR software
A roundtable discussed how workplaces and employers will need to change to better accommodate parents returning to work
For many of us the move to home and online working brought about by COVID-19 is challenging us to rethink not only the practicalities of work - the how, when and where - but the nature of our relationship with work and its impact on our lives.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues employers are turning their attention to the emerging employment issues for which there is no playbook, such as conducting procedures in the context of remote working and social distancing measures
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
In a world where it is still commonplace to see men dominate senior-level positions, the news of Goldman Sachs demanding diversity among the board was a much-welcomed move and opened the floor for a topical conversation
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 last month.
We are living in unprecedented and unchartered times. Over the last few weeks, we have all had to adapt, at pace, to new ways of working and living, in order to protect our own health and that of the people around us.
With the UK’s LGBT+ calendar becoming more robust and dynamic with each passing year, we are delighted to welcome yet another addition, the newly launched Lesbian Visibility Week, into the fold.
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