Nearly half of BAME (49%) workers in the UK said they have to mask part of their identity to fit in at the office.Diversity & inclusion Wellbeing
A roundtable discussed how workplaces and employers will need to change to better accommodate parents returning to work
The murder of George Floyd, alongside the shocking rate of coronavirus deaths within the ethnic minority population, has highlighted a lot of ugly truths about divides - namely race, privilege, equity and equality. For some, it’s reinforced ingrained feelings; for others, it’s been eye-opening.
A major study into the jobs of people from ethnic minority groups has revealed “persistent racism” in access to positive socioeconomic outcomes
German sportswear brand Adidas has been in the headlines after employees sent a report to executives and held a series of protests alleging that existing checks and measures to tackle inequality at the firm do not work.
Twenty unemployed people are chasing every vacancy in disadvantaged areas of the UK, up from around four people per vacancy before the coronavirus hit.
The news that Stephen Jones, head of UK Finance, has quit over "thoroughly unpleasant" personal comments he made in 2008 about financier Amanda Staveley, is a stark reminder to executives that their past behaviour may one day come back to haunt them.
Over half (55%) of Scottish employees go to work despite not feeling well enough, according to CIPD Scotland.
The scenes of the weekend were ugly with ‘protestors’ gathering in central London to supposedly defend Churchill’s statue from the planned Black Lives Matter protests.
The radical changes of the past few months calls for a rejection of the ‘new normal’, according to NBA star John Amaechi.