Transparency

Four ways to be an ethical AI business leader

At the 2019 CIPD Festival of Work speakers shared tips on how to ensure AI is helping to create meaningful work

Publish disability figures, urges charity

Scope is calling on other organisations to join it in reporting disability figures, so that employees can get the workplace support they need

BAME equality held back by toxic cultures

A panel at a Westminster Employment Forum policy conference spoke of the need for organisations to be willing to have uncomfortable conversations about race

Jobseekers prioritise company reputation

Prospective employees’ expectations of companies are as high as customers' expectations

Government publishes new guidance on gender pay gap

?As the reporting deadline for the second year approaches new guidance has been released to help employers close their gaps

Employers struggling with candidate experience

Only 70% of organisations provide every unsuccessful candidate with a rejection message, according to ?the Good Recruitment Benchmark Report

Employers should report ethnicity and disability pay gaps, says think tank

Pay transparency should be extended to cover ethnicity and disability pay gaps, according to a report from the Institute for Public Policy Research

Businesses to publish parental pay and leave policies

Ten major firms have agreed to publish their parental leave and pay policies online in a move to become more transparent to working parents

Job adverts that omit salary details fuel pay gaps

?Employers that don't include pay information in their adverts could be contributing to unequal pay, according to the Young Women’s Trust

FTSE 100 CEO pay rises by 11% in a year

CEO reward increases outstrip pay rises for the wider workforce, fuelling questions over fairness and governance in Britain’s businesses

Businesses not reporting key people data

FTSE 100 firms are failing to share important workforce data in their annual reports, according to the CIPD

Men still dominate BBC's top-paid stars list

In response to the news HR magazine asked experts what the latest figures say about the progress of gender pay equality, and what this means for other employers