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
Considering the location of this problem, it is not surprising to find that this is rather a taboo subject for many expectant ladies. Having already learned to adapt to the changing body, and what life will be like with a
What is Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP)?
a condition which affects 1 in 5 pregnant women
pain and stiffness in one or more pelvic joints
asymmetry of movement, joint irritation and pain when walking, climbing stairs and turning over in bed
in some cases, long-term
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
The Florence Nightingale Foundation is a living memorial to Florence Nightingale by advancing the study of nursing and midwifery, promoting excellence in practice and ultimately improving patient care. It achieves this by providing scholarships in healthcare which promote innovation in
These could be PhD thesis topics in Geology or Hydrology but are, in fact, business questions vice chancellors have been wrestling with for years. With A level results in the UK out on the 17th August some might be about
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
Over the past month we have witnessed the tip of the pay gap iceberg, with iconic institutions becoming embroiled in bitter disputes over disparity in pay.
The BBC, Church of England, Google, Financial Times and Cambridge University have all found themselves