After a BBC radio presenter claimed he was sacked for being a white man, is positive discrimination a fair solution to employers' diversity issues?
Ahead of the introduction of next year's gender pay gap reporting legislation, 13 finance companies are aiming for "gender parity" in senior roles, and many have committed to strategies that will enable them to hit these diversity targets.
So much has been written about why women earn less than men and miss out on key promotions. But, as we prepare for gender pay gap reporting, are we ignoring the real reasons for gender inequality at work, asks Catalyst Europe's Allyson Zimmermann?
Thirteen finance companies, including Legal & General and Virgin Money, are aiming to have complete gender parity in senior roles - a 50/50 split - by 2021.
Updated to include information on trends in candidate attraction.
After the BBC was criticised for allegedly favouring candidates that were male, over the age of 30, and from an ethnic minority, we take a look at how employers can achieve a diverse workforce without resorting to positive action.
The BBC made headlines with claims it was favouring candidates from certain minorities and age groups. But if diversity efforts are stalling, organisations have to make change happen.
Updated to include information about the forthcoming gender pay gap reporting requirement.
Despite a raft of initiatives, there still aren't enough women entering the engineering profession. Charlie Weatherhogg, HR director of infrastructure firm AECOM, considers what can be done.
The Government consults on the introduction of succession planning for board appointments and the lowering of the threshold for gender pay reporting in Scotland .
HR and legal information and guidance relating to diversity issues.