How to tackle imposter syndrome and ‘modern racism’

It's not unusual for black people and those from ethnic minority backgrounds to feel they don't belong in certain workplaces. Binna Kandola suggests ways of minimalising imposter syndrome

Kent Police and Essex Police team members pick up their Health and Wellbeing award from Lloyds Bank's Michelle Blaney (second from right).

Personnel Today Awards 2019 shortlist: Health & Wellbeing Award

The 2019 Personnel Today Awards take place on the 19 November at the Grosvenor House Hotel on London’s Park Lane....

Twitter to deliver opening keynote at Employee Benefits Live 2019

Bruce Daisley, vice president, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) at global social media organisation Twitter, will deliver the opening...

HMRC wins IR35 tribunal against three BBC presenters

HMRC has won an IR35 tribunal case at the High Court against three BBC presenters who will now have to...

Polish ambassador advises Poles to leave the UK after Brexit

Poland’s ambassador to the UK is urging Polish nationals to “seriously consider” leaving the UK because of the problems some...

Tribunal seeks ‘worker’ status clarification from EU

An employment tribunal is seeking clarification from the European Court of Justice on the proper interpretation of the “worker” classification...

Organisations need more ‘connector’ managers to succeed

Almost half (45%) of managers lack the confidence to help employees acquire the skills they need, according to analyst firm...

Firms accused of ‘university snobbery’ in graduate recruitment

One fifth (22%) of prestigious Russell Group university graduates have yet to secure a full-time job, compared to 30% of...

‘Radical action’ needed to reduce teachers’ hours

Teachers have worked an average of 46 to 49 hours a week for many years, according to a study by...

The Virgin Money team receives its Diversity and Inclusion (Private Sector) Award at the 2018 Personnel Today Awards ceremony

Personnel Today Awards 2019 shortlist: Diversity and Inclusion (Private Sector)

The 2019 Personnel Today Awards take place on the 19 November. In a series of articles profiling all our finalists, we introduce the contenders for the Diversity and Inclusion (Private Sector) award.

Robots and automation: UK lags behind G7

Entire regions of the UK face being left behind and British businesses could find themselves being uncompetitive, unless the government...

Most female professionals never negotiate pay

More than half of all female professionals (57%) have never attempted to negotiate a pay rise, and if they do...

Flexible working in higher paid jobs trebles

Job adverts with salaries over £60,000 are three times more likely to offer flexible working than they did three years...


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