Recruitment

Accenture: improving diverse recruitment with technology

Professional services company Accenture has harnessed the power of technology for its graduate recruitment, allowing a diverse pool of candidates to showcase their full potential.

Talented women across the FTSE 350 recognised at WeQual Awards

The WeQual Awards backed by Dame Inga Beale, DBE and Sir Ian Cheshire, recognise talented women one level below the executive committee across the FTSE.

Chaufher levelling the playing field in male-dominated ride-hailing industry

Harry Parsons talks to the founders of Chaufher, a South African ride-hailing service available exclusively for women.

WeQual Awards aim to identify FTSE women leaders of the future

While talking to potential entrants and finalists for the WeQual Awards, CEO and Founder Katie Litchfield was “overwhelmed by the power of impostor syndrome”.

Axiom’s diversity statistics eclipse legal industry standards

Axiom’s 2018/2019 Diversity Report cements its commitment to diversity and inclusion across its entire employee population.

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.

Big Four accounting firms pledge to support The Valuable 500

The Big Four professional services organisations latest to join forces on business disability inclusion in support of The Valuable 500.

Disabled knowledge workers limited by outdated workplace technology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.

The importance of generational diversity

There is another dimension of diversity that enterprises need to have on their agenda: generational diversity.

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.