workplace discrimination

Over half of employers don’t have a zero-tolerance approach to discrimination

Despite advances, UK firms still fall behind in their anti-discrimination strategies

Women of colour still need to change their identity to match corporate expectations

Many women of colour feel compelled to ‘whiten’ in the workplace to cope with discrimination and conform to sterotypical ‘norms

Intersectionality: why labels at work increase discrimination

Understanding intersectionality can improve workplace equity but labelling can cause discrimination

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

Metropolitan releases independent report on internal harassment and discrimination

The Metropolitan Water discrimination report is now available for the public to view

Fears of reduced pay for remote staff rise in US and UK

Rumours of cutting remote workers’ pay are being heard on both sides of the Atlantic

Over 55s still face workplace ageism, says report

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

New study shows that social research sector scores low on D&I

The report found that underrepresented groups tended to have negative experiences in the sector

Championing diversity and inclusion through technology in the hiring process

While more HR leaders are identifying the importance of D&I in hiring, progress remains slow

Retail syndicate develops tools to protect workers from harassment

New resources will help retailers and their customers become better allies to minority employees