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23 Feb 2021
Enforcement of the Gender Pay Gap Reporting Regulations will not resume until October, the government’s equality watchdog has said.
22 Feb 2021
Research finds senior executive positions are being advertised using less inclusive language than junior roles, which could deter women from applying.
19 Feb 2021
There are now no all-male boards in FTSE 350 companies, according to campaign group the 30% Club.
16 Feb 2021
The European Space Agency (ESA) is seeking new astronauts for the first time in a decade and D&I is among its major goals.
15 Feb 2021
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has been urged to investigate alleged equality failings in the government’s response to...
10 Feb 2021
Calls are growing for the government to confirm whether employers will need to report their 2020/21 gender pay gap figures.
9 Feb 2021
Policies launched in response to the pandemic have overlooked well-understood labour market and caring inequalities faced by women.
8 Feb 2021
TSB has for the first time set targets to increase diversity within its organisation.
8 Feb 2021
Leaders might feel as though they’re making progress on gender equality. But there are still innate biases and social dynamics...
3 Feb 2021
KPMG has cut the pay of its UK partners by 11% and is rethinking its office estate as it focuses...
23 Jan 2021
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21 Jan 2021
Unilever has set out wide-ranging plans to improve equality and access to skills in bid to benefit society internationally.
18 Jan 2021
Church Commissioners promises action against companies in its portfolio that fail to increase ethnic diversity.
13 Jan 2021
Women are still hugely under-represented in the theatre, film and television industry, according to a report published today (13 January). ...
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.