Borderless: what are we doing wrong when it comes to promoting women?

In this guest article, Rosalie Harrison, a partner at executive recruitment firm Borderless, shares four ways in which companies can get better at promoting women.

Good workplace data promotes better HR decisions

In this second interview about his work at the GLA, Human Resources Reward and Operations Patrick Alleyne discusses the importance of having robust workplace data for supporting equality.

Embrace the difference to improve diversity and inclusion

Change has taken a long time but, as former Sainsbury’s chairman David Tyler explains, it’s heading in the right direction.

How to attract and nurture talent in the renewable energy sector

Relevant specialist knowledge and skills are vital to success in this growing industry. Lee Clarke at Dynama outlines three ways strategic workforce planning will help to boost competency while championing diversity and inclusivity in the renewable energy sector.

NetSuite: women leaders in technology is a legacy that needs to catch up

Nicky Tozer, EMEA Vice President Oracle NetSuite, had an unusal journey into technology. Here, she explains why the lack of women leaders in tech is a legacy issue.

How diverse is construction industry when it comes to gender?

How beneficial is the construction industry when it comes to female workers? Reportedly, there are improvement to make…

How STEMettes helps young women solve problems using tech

Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon, Founder of Stemettes on improving STEM take-up in young women, staring in a music video and Brexit.

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.

The ‘Glass Cliff’ for Female Leadership

Korn Ferry’s Jane Stevenson discusses why the glass-cliff phenomenon persists, and what organisations worldwide are missing out on.

Code42: why diversity of thought is the key to tech innovation

Code42’s Jadee Hanson explains why a lack of diversity of thought is stifling product innovation in the tech industry.