Hiring neurodiverse talent: why employer knowledge gaps prevail

Organisations are aware that neurodiverse hires are good for retention rates but lack of resources, knowledge gaps, and access to talent pipelines have stalled their efforts

reboot. series: Be yourself, be authentic, be persistent

In this first interview, Invesco CEO Doug Sharp asks Ronnie Ahluwalia about the progress seen in reducing racial inequalities in the workplace

IWD: Choosing to challenge gender inequality at fletchers Solicitors

Alex Hatchman, CEO of Fletchers Solicitors, knows what it’s like to be a female leader in a male-dominated industry such as law

Failing gender inclusivity in the UK’s most successful industries

It’s no secret that a diverse workforce helps create a successful business—so why are so many organisations in the UK not gender-diverse? What needs to be done to change the status quo?

Daisy Peets – Compassionate and Inclusive Leader – National BAME Health & Care Awards 2021

Peets talks about her central role in her Trust’s BAME network

Always go where there’s space to grow: seeking challenge and adventure

Working at Salesforce has enabled Omar Faiz to embark upon the adventure of a lifetime

Diversity, equality and inclusion are for the whole organisation, not just HR

Global Director Sheree Atcheson is demanding more Demanding More organisation’s DE&I strategies to drive meaningful change

Secrets from an expert on how to propel your tech sales career

Salesforce Account Executive Fantagbè Traoré has built her tech sales career from the ground up, and here’s how she did it

Distributed working can make for a contented workforce

Distributed working contributes to an inclusive and diverse environment for employees. Duncan Greenwood, of VMware explains.

Passion and purpose: A career story from Salesforce’s Equality Programs Director

Working at Salesforce has taught Bayly Mattes to believe in her strengths, stick to her goals, speak out and try new things.