To help employers that are looking for initiatives to improve their gender diversity throughout the organisation, including to close the gender pay gap, the good practice guide on gender has been updated to reflect current practice.
Legal & General Investment Management - one of the UK's biggest investors in the stock market - has promised to vote against the re-appointment of chairs in FTSE 350 companies where women don't make up at least 25% of the board.
Testing for instinctive prejudices in the workplace is a controversial area. But an approach based on the functioning of the brain could help employees accept the need for it and defuse any resentment they may feel, writes neuroscientist and psychologist Dr Lynda Shaw.
The UK's five leading construction companies by turnover have used the publication of their gender pay gaps to highlight initiatives designed to increase the numbers of women entering the industry and improve the career prospects of women already working for them.
Employing people with mental or physical disabilities could have huge benefits for business, writes Teresa Scott OBE, founder of Kennedy Scott.
A recent CIPD report found that almost three-quarters of employers' policies ignore neurodiversity. But given that around 10% of the population is neurodivergent in some way, can organisations afford to miss out on this important pool of talent?
While great progress has been made with tackling racism in recent decades, Professor Binna Kandola argues that it lives on in the workplace in less overt and more nuanced forms. Ashleigh Wight reports.
Some disabled employees are to receive a 36% increase in Access to Work grants to assist them at work from next month.
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