Most US firms ‘just going through the motions’ on inclusion

Diversity and inclusion policies must be part of business strategy and deeply embedded if they are to be effective, finds Josh Bersin study.

MOBO founder: Resilience can help leaders reset values

15 Feb 2021

Organisations can use the pandemic to reset and emphasise their values, according to Kanya King, founder of the MOBO (Music...

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Better information about Covid vaccines needed to encourage BAME uptake

12 Feb 2021

The black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) community needs better information explaining how Covid-19 vaccines are developed in order to...

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TSB sets diversity targets for first time

8 Feb 2021

TSB has for the first time set targets to increase diversity within its organisation.

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Employment law in limbo: Key proposals to resurrect in 2021

4 Feb 2021

Many proposed employment law changes that the government has put forward in the last few years have stalled, mainly as...

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KMPG partner pay cut by 11% as it sets out hybrid working plan

3 Feb 2021

KPMG has cut the pay of its UK partners by 11% and is rethinking its office estate as it focuses...

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None of ‘top three’ roles in any FTSE 100 company held by black people

3 Feb 2021

There are now no black chairs, chief executives or chief financial officers in FTSE 100 companies, research by recruiting specialists...

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23 Jan 2021

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Unilever to require all suppliers to pay living wage

21 Jan 2021

Unilever has set out wide-ranging plans to improve equality and access to skills in bid to benefit society internationally.

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Worker wins race discrimination claim at curry supplier

20 Jan 2021

A man who worked for a curry supplier has won a race discrimination claim after being told he did not...

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Church investment arm to ’protest’ against firms that miss diversity targets

18 Jan 2021

Church Commissioners promises action against companies in its portfolio that fail to increase ethnic diversity.

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Part-time, low-paid and ethnic minority workers facing poverty

13 Jan 2021

Part-time, low-paid and ethnic minority workers are among those struggling most to stay afloat during the current economic crisis, but...

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Government ‘behind curve’ on supporting women in the arts

13 Jan 2021

Women are still hugely under-represented in the theatre, film and television industry, according to a report published today (13 January). ...

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Toolkit to help firms support BAME mental health launched

12 Jan 2021

The City Mental Health Alliance, a community of businesses that aims to create mentally healthy organisations, has launched a toolkit...

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Is this really a good time to scrap unconscious bias training?

23 Dec 2020

With a sharp increase in workplace discrimination cases the government's timing with its negative attitude over bias training is unwelcome, writes Darren Hockley.

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