age discrimination

Training and re-skilling our over-55 workforce

Upskilling the over-55s could help plug the impending skills shortage

London is a discrimination hotspot for employees and job seekers, finds new study

Despite is ethnic diversity, London’s job-seekers and employees experience more discrimination than the national average, according to a new study

Employers, colleagues, and D&I teams – it’s time to break your age stigma

Lyndsey Simpson from 55/Redefined Ltd explains why firms should pay attention to older workers

Over 55s still face workplace ageism, says report

Older job seekers are more likely to face bias from younger recruiters

Digital agencies lack age, gender and race diversity but score well on LGBT+ inclusion

Digital marketing has a higher number of LGBT+ identifying staff than the UK population average

Queen’s Speech 2021: What D&I minded organisations need to know

The Government’s new bills will promote hiring and training for veterans and offer flexible loans to adults wanting to gain higher education

COVID-19 hits employment and pay levels for older workers

Since COVID-19 older workers are more affected by unemployment and take longer to get a job

Bias in recruitment: over-50s three times more likely to be long-term unemployed

Centre for Ageing Better warns that attitudes towards the over-50s risk them being shut out of employment

The ageing workforce: how can we better support midlife employees?

In the final instalment of our Midlife Review series, Steve Butler explores how to prevent an exodus of midlife talent in the workplace

Are you too old? Fighting age discrimination in the workplace

Does your company culture favour younger employees? It’s time to make a stand against age discrimination in the workplace.