As the dust starts to settle on the troubling results of Britain’s first race disparity audit published by the UK Government on 10 October 2017, many Talent Acquisition leaders are now becoming more aware of the critical role they play
9,000 businesses with over 250 employees, plus public bodies, are now on a steep learning curve to report their gender pay gap by April 2018 and shape their response and reaction accordingly.
The 2nd Annual Gender Pay Gap programme and online
The Noon Centre for Equality and Diversity in Business at the University of East London has announced the nominees for the 4th Annual Global Equality & Diversity (GED) Awards, the prestigious yearly celebration that recognises outstanding individuals and organisations developing
Analysts in the UK and USA may conclude that government support of the diversity and inclusion agenda has produced D&I fatigue in business (as highlighted in this HR article) as well as resentment in the “native” electorates that contributed to the
HR professionals face adapting to a new skill set to cope with the Conservative government’s relentless transparency agenda.
First it was gender pay gap reporting. This month it is pay differentials between average company pay and the top executives. On the
Like many people without a roof over their head, public services for homeless people, their families and their health needs often have no fixed abode in local public service provision. But change is set to be driven by new government
Having women on boards enhances business performance. We’ve known that for years. So are there why so few women in tech?
In the FT last week, Susan Bowen, chair of the Women in Tech Council at TechUK wrote:
“Tech companies that fail
It’s the nasty surprises that do the damage. The publication of top BBC salaries has caused an almighty furore over the last week but what light does it shine on Gender Pay Gap Reporting?
Companies, universities, hospital trusts and local authorities
Sian Webb at Gapsquare, a tech start-up which uses data science to reduce the gender pay gap, compares the Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrat, Green, UKIP and Women’s Equality Party election promises about pay disparity
The snap general election was mainly been
By Paul Rushworth, The Equality Hub
Sexism is ‘commonplace’ in local government with 38% of female councillors having experienced sexist comments from within their own party, according to a recent report by The Fawcett Society.
The survey of over 2,300 councillors also