Diversity and inclusion
Caroline Turner, diversity and inclusion specialist, joins us to talk about steps employers can take to support neurodiverse employees.
Jen Rooney, disability inclusion specialist and founder of The Wellbeing Tortoise, explores why employers need to understand and embrace the human case for reasonable adjustments to cultivate inclusive workplaces.
Most people want to say and do the right thing when it comes to diversity and inclusion but often hold back from asking questions out of a fear of being judged. We put some of those often unasked, and sometimes provocative, questions to Joy Stephens, a US-based diversity, equality and inclusion consultant.
Karen Jackson, founder-director of Didlaw, and Jen Rooney, workplace wellbeing and disability inclusion specialist, discuss how organisations can advance disability inclusion in their workplace.
We round up some of our most popular podcasts published this year.
Committing to a more diverse and inclusive workplace is one thing. Achieving it is another. In this webinar, you will learn how to bridge the gap between your organisation's good intentions and meaningful action - without fear of getting things wrong.
Joanne Lockwood, transgender awareness specialist, shares her experience as a transgender woman in the workplace and explores how organisations can cultivate transgender inclusive practices.
Dee Caunt, chief executive at the Dyslexia Association, shares her thoughts on how organisations can support neurodiverse employees and benefit from their unique strengths.
Diversity and inclusion expert Roianne Nedd outlines the steps employers can take to create a more diverse and inclusive workforce, including short- and long-term measures.
Roianne Nedd, a diversity and inclusion expert, explores the impact of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Podcasts and webinars: HR and legal information and guidance relating to diversity and inclusion.
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