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UK regional diversity
3 Aug 2020
Productivity and earnings are at least a third higher in some areas of London than the UK average, although the gap in earnings and wage growth is narrowing.
10 Jun 2020
Government departments have failed to act on a third of key recommendations made by the Social Mobility Commission in the...
12 Feb 2020
Personnel Today is launching a new email newsletter for 2020, focusing on all aspects of diversity and inclusion.
27 Jan 2020
Police forces in England and Wales have succeeded in attracting more women and people from Asian backgrounds, but are failing...
21 Jan 2020
People in the North East of England are the most pessimistic about their futures, with less a third of people...
15 Jan 2020
The BBC has revealed more details about plans that will see at least two-thirds of its employees based outside of...
22 Nov 2019
Recruiters for tech companies in London have been accused of hiring from a narrow pool of white workers.
28 Oct 2019
A new analysis takes a regional view of age and could well inform companies' recruitment and location decisions in years to come.
27 Aug 2019
Senior executives make grand promises about improving diversity, and legislation such as gender pay gap reporting is pushing that agenda...
25 Jul 2019
The causes of poor social mobility are deep-rooted and complex, but that doesn’t mean employers can’t do more to attract...
5 Jul 2019
Regions of the UK are at risk of losing out on £2.1 billion of funding per year, which includes subsidies...
30 May 2019
More than half of the UK’s future job growth will be in London and the south-east, according to a report...
30 Apr 2019
Government departments should be “model employers” when it comes to promoting social mobility, according to a report from the Social...
22 Feb 2019
Police forces should be allowed to positively discriminate in favour of those from minority ethnic backgrounds in order to become...