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.
Frances McDormand called for 'inclusion riders' to become a feature of Hollywood business deals at the Oscars earlier this month. When prominent leaders speak up for diversity and become active role models, everybody benefits, says Dr Simon Hayward of Cirrus.
The technology sector attracts a lot of criticism for its lack of representation of women. But as we celebrate International Women's Day, Charlotte Attwood looks at how technology itself could help to close the gap.
It can be difficult for employers to know where to find information on supporting trans employees in the workplace. Clare Gilroy-Scott and Becky Minear look at advice available and explain the associated legal issues.
Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) people employed by the Greater London Authority (GLA) group - which includes organisations such as Transport for London and the Metropolitan Police - are paid up to 37.5% less than their white colleagues, according to an ethnicity pay audit.
The Government has commissioned research into whether employers have taken steps to remove barriers to progression for ethnic minorities a year since the McGregor-Smith Review was published.
Supporting older workers to stay in good-quality employment could unlock huge economic potential, according to a report published today.
Updated to include information on the workforce disability equality standard to be included in the NHS standard contract from April 2018.
A report published by the National Autistic Society has called on employers to help close the "autism employment gap", after revealing that only 16% of those with autism are in full-time paid work.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to diversity and inclusion.