Search results for: Diversity and inclusion

CBI becomes 150th global organisation to join The Valuable 500

The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) – which speaks for 190,000 businesses – has joined disability inclusion initiative The Valuable 500.

Businesses failing to reap the rewards of total talent acquisition

Siloed hiring activity is hampering total talent acquisition (TTA) and the fluid workforces, highlights new recruitment industry study.

Cambridge University sees marked increase in black students

University attributes the incredible rise to the “Stormzy Effect”, but there is still a long way to go.

PIMFA leads equality debate at Women in Wealth Forum

PIMFA encourages culture changes to help improve gender equality in finance at Women in Wealth Forum in Central London.

World Mental Health Day: It’s time for the tech industry to address the issue

Industry experts discuss how businesses, especially in the tech industry need to put mental health at the top of the agenda.

Showing the love(lace) for women in STEM: working toward equality

Today marks Ada Lovelace Day – an international celebration of the achievements of women in STEM. Here six ‘un-stereotypical’ women share their love for the industries, and why businesses and education must encourage greater equality in STEM.

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.

25% of BAME employees are bullied at work, says new BITC report

Race at Work Charter: One Year On report highlights the slow progress being made in British businesses to create an inclusive environment for BAME employees.

When you’re ready to learn, your mentor will appear

Michelle Raymond, founder of HR consultancy The People’s Partner, talks about the importance of having a good business mentor.

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.