HR magazine attended the Institute for Employment Studies’ annual conference this week (Thurs 10 June), which this year focussed on equality, diversity and inclusion.
In 2021, it’s saddening to think FTSE 100 companies are still home to fewer than ten female CEOs, and to no black leaders at all.
As the UK ploughs forward on its roadmap out of lockdown, HR leaders will be transitioning to the next stage of recovery – shaping working practices not just for survival but for the long term.
Ernst & Young Global, commonly known as EY, was first formed in 1989 through a merger between accounting firms Ernst & Whinney and Arthur Young & Co.
As the hospitality sector faces uncertainty over skills shortages, employers could benefit from hiring ex-offenders, according to research from Caterer.com
We must end outdated employment practices that disadvantage women, said Labour MP and co-chair of the Women and Work All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) Jess Phillips at the launch of a new report
Hospitality faces a complex and unique set of problems when it comes to the representation of women, according to Women in Hospitality chair Tea Colaianni
Interview auditions, interviews in casual settings, and virtual reality assessments were all cited as upcoming trends