harassment

TUC study reveals ugly truth about workplace sexual harassment for disabled women

A TUC report has revealed the high rates of disabled women who have experienced sexual harassment

The impact of Biden’s LGBT+ order in the workplace

President Biden has issued an order that will further protect LGBT+ employees. Here’s what UK employers can learn from it

Whistleblowing at its highest, but case closures are slowest in Europe

NAVEX Global report reveals European organisations still have a way to go in encouraging whistleblowing in the workplace

The nature of work is changing. Is the Equality Act 2010 still in play?

It’s been 10 years since the introduction of the Equality Act 2010 in the UK, but what has really changed?

Systemic discrimination is alive and well across the world

Systemic discrimination is everywhere, as the Irish job market and the worldwide Green Climate Fund face criticism.

1 in 3 employees state that bullying is an issue in UK companies

New study reveals the extent of bullying in the workplace, with 71% of employees in the UK saying they have experienced or witnessed it.

Workplace bullying on the rise due to coronavirus fears

With workplace bullying on the rise, here is why one company believes being nice to each other is more important than ever.

Willis Towers Watson launches Respect at Work programme

Trained Respect at Work colleagues to provide a first line of support as part of building a more inclusive culture.

Equality in the workplace: Equality Commission’s asks for 2020

Equality Commission’s CEO Rebecca Hilsenrath outlines their ten asks for employers and Government to advance workplace equality this year.

How business can manage xenophobic behaviour in the workplace

Wellbeing charity CABA gives advice on how to spot xenophobic behaviour in the workplace and to support colleagues through it.