QA calls for radical overhaul of apprenticeships to boost social mobility

Apprenticeships minimum wage of as little as £3.90 an hour should be scrapped to turbo charge social mobility and support high tech growth.

Barclaycard 2019 everywoman in Retail Awards winners recognised

The changing face of retail: Barclaycard everywoman in Retail Awards recognises seven inspirational women for their dedication to the industry.

Disabled knowledge workers limited by outdated workplace technology

Six in ten disabled knowledge workers say their organisation “talks a good game about diversity without really acting.

Working mums calling for more flexibility in the workplace

Despite numerous government policies to incentivise working mums in the workplace, retention is still a significant struggle.

Women in Defence: defence community delivers pledge for gender balance

Defence Minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan launches Women in Defence Charter.

New £15,000 MBA scholarships for women launched by Oxford University

New scholorships for women launched by Oxford University in partnership with Intesa Sanpaola, levels the educational playing field.

Tips for focusing on ability, not disability, in the workplace

In our second interview with Garry Connor, Director of Diversiti UK Learning & Development CIC, he shares his four quick wins for improving hiring and access for people with disability

How to design a workplace that helps your neurodiverse workforce thrive

New “Designing a Neurodiverse Workplace” report redesigns the workplace to be more inclusives and to help an increasingly neurodiverse workforce thrive.

Why women in tech need mentorship that goes beyond good intentions

PTC’s Hillary Ashton explains why mentorship must go beyond good intentions, and why women in tech aren’t getting all the advice they need.

Acceptance without exception – How Michael Page is approaching inclusion internally

Michael Page is taking steps to make Diversity and Inclusion a top priority within their business, while also addressing where they need to improve.