Sky employee wins discrimination case against diversity officer

A Sky employee has won £14,000 in an employment tribunal after being told by her diversity officer colleague that she must have experienced discrimination because she is of Latino heritage.

Unfairness driving away black employees

Black workers are more likely to experience unfair working conditions than their white counterparts, leading them to leave their jobs.

Have workplaces changed since George Floyd?

The murder of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minneapolis in May 2020 had an enormous impact on society, including British workforces, yet change has not been sustained.

HR needs to take accountability for black representation

This week marked the second anniversary of George Floyd’s death - why aren’t we seeing more black leaders at the top of UK organisations?

Majority of women of colour in the UK have faced racism at work

The majority (75%) of women of colour in the UK have experienced racism at work, causing some to change their language, clothes or hair to better fit in.

Case study: EY's commitment to diversity and inclusion

Ernst & Young Global, commonly known as EY, was first formed in 1989 through a merger between accounting firms Ernst & Whinney and Arthur Young & Co.

The practical implications of the Equality Act

On 1 October 2010, the main provisions of the Equality Act 2010 came into force. Billed as a major step for discrimination law, the aim is to deliver a simple, modern and accessible framework to...