In this webinar, Sanjay Sood-Smith, executive director at Stonewall, shares his experience and top tips for embracing and embedding an LGBT-inclusive workplace
Disabled employees are paid 12.2% less than their non-disabled colleagues, according to the Office for National Statistics.
XpertHR research finds some backing for ethnicity pay gap reporting, although few employers are doing it yet.
Updated to reflect the latest gender pay gap figures, as reported in the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings 2019.
Awareness of gender identity and expression has grown in recent years and it's important for employers to understand how trans, non-binary, genderfluid or genderqueer employees can be affected by the use of incorrect pronouns and mis-gendering. Suki Sandhu, founder and CEO of INvolve - a consultancy championing diversity and inclusion in business, looks at some of the small changes employers can make to be more inclusive.
Acas has published new guidance to help employers support the estimated two million women who have difficulties at work due to menopause symptoms.
Businesses where women occupy more than 30% senior leadership roles are more likely to nurture ambition, with a quarter (27%) of senior leaders actively mentoring others and 17% looking to "sponsor" more junior employees, according to research.
The FTSE 350 has 30% of board positions filled by women for the first time since the London Stock Exchange was established in 1571.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to diversity and inclusion.