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.
It’s been hard to know where to start with writing this column. At the time of writing it we’re in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, I’m due to give birth to my second child any time now and my husband is sick and hasn’t been out of bed for five days.
In the last month or so, the working world has been completely upended for billions of people.
A beleaguered home secretary, a press briefing war, explosive resignations, grievance pay-outs and a lawsuit – accusations of a toxic culture in government are dominating headlines.
HR leaders have been warned that remote working may see a rise in domestic abuse cases after calls to the National Domestic Abuse helpline saw a 25% increase since the lockdown began.
There aren’t any definitive or undisputed statistics that can tell us what percentage of the UK population has been identified with Autism.
What a month. It’s difficult to put into words the collective anxiety and unease we are all feeling at the moment.