Capita is to offer its staff non-executive director positions, making it the second company in the FTSE 250 to have workers on its board.
The threshold above which employers should be obliged to report their ethnicity pay gap should be 50 employees, according to a survey of accounting professionals.
The Government Equalities Office is to shift its focus to helping women who are economically inactive or are in low-paid or low-skilled jobs achieve a better economic outcome.
A large proportion (78%) of over-50s believe that more flexible working hours should be introduced to accommodate older workers and benefit from their wealth of experience.
The UK's technology sector is far behind the FTSE 100 when it comes to diversity among board members a new study has shown.
Updated to reflect the latest gender pay gap figures, as reported in the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings 2018.
The Government is consulting on taking forward its proposals to require large employers to publish ethnicity pay data. We investigate what shape the legislation might take; the challenges that an ethnicity pay gap reporting obligation would pose; what reporting employers are already carrying out; and the potential implementation timetable.
More support is now available to employees with neurodiverse conditions such as dyslexia, but there's still a way to go, according to campaigner Ross Duncan, who is dyslexic. He looks at why HR and managers need to embrace neurodiversity at work.
Women will be able to apply for any role in the military, including the SAS, the defence secretary Gavin Williamson has announced.
Earlier this month the government published a consultation into whether organisations should be required to report on the pay differentials between people from different ethnic backgrounds. Kate Hodgkiss from DLA Piper considers how the proposals might impact employers if they become reality.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to diversity and inclusion.