We look at how the menopause can affect women working in the police sector and some of the initiatives that are being taken to support them.
The causes of poor social mobility are deep-rooted and complex, but that doesn't mean employers can't do more to attract a diverse talent pool. Jodie Grove explains how technology can break down some of the barriers preventing candidates from applying for certain roles.
Bangladeshi workers have lowest hourly pay in the UK - earning around a fifth less than White British employees, according to new figures revealing the extent of the ethnicity pay gap.
The UK's biggest companies are being urged to keep up the pace to meet the 33% target for women on boards by next year, but there remains four all-male boards in the FTSE 250.
Employers should collect and monitor data on the socio-economic background of their staff, it has been recommended, after a report found top executives and politicians are five-times more likely to have been privately educated than the general population.
Updated to include recent research on the general principles of effective practice, and further examples of current practice in relation to religion and belief including raising awareness, recruitment and selection, and dress codes.
A model policy to inform managers and employees about the menopause and associated rights and to outline the training and support on offer for those experiencing menopausal symptoms.
Only a third of countries allow same-sex spouses to qualify as dependents on immigration applications, while just 30% allow same-sex partners this qualification.
A significant culture shift, driven by leadership teams, is needed to tackle the bullying and exclusion that many people with visible differences experience at work.
The government is to consider using "gender-neutral language" in apprenticeship standards to ensure women are not deterred from training for a career in traditionally male-dominated occupations.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to diversity and inclusion.