Bristol City Council were winners at the Global Equality & Diversity (GED) Awards 2018, and flagship presenters at the 2019 conference, but in recent weeks the city has been heavily featured in the news for it’s historical and current treatment of
This is a time of horror, a time of insurrection and a time of wonder.
The Coronavirus continues to be a horror, but the crisis has provided a time of wonder with continuous examples of management improvement and innovation in services,
This blog post was written by Dr Jana Javornik, Dr Jo Ingold, Professor Jenny Tomlinson, Dr Liz Oliver, Cheryl Hurst and Rebecca Brunk and originally appeared on the Leeds University Business School’s Research & Innovation Blog.
The new business normal is evolving.
There continues to be discussion, programmes and training about equality, diversity and inclusion. Without appropriate awareness of these matters and how to deliver solutions to issues some organisations will be at a disadvantage. In 2018 the CIPD said that People
Maternity and pregnancy discrimination is unfortunately still very common, and here we explain how to negotiate an exit from your employer if you are experiencing it.
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The 5th Annual Global Equality & Diversity Conference & Awards take place on Thursday 22nd November 2018 at the Crowne Plaza London Docklands.
We are expecting around 150 Equality and Diversity professionals to participate in the day both in person and online via the live
Innes Miller is a Director at Staffmetrix who offer a powerful and intuitive data visualisation platform which brings transparency and accountability to the workplace. Innes will be speaking at the Gender Pay Gap – Moving Forward Conference on the 22nd May in London.