There are certain things every new mother and father fervently wish upon their new-born daughter. A healthy, happy life, a childhood full of fun, love, laughter and learning. Teenage years packed with opportunity, discovery and encouragement, linking seamlessly into an adulthood in which ambitions are crushed by invisible barriers. Wait … what? Continue reading “Eliminating Bias in the Workplace; a Root & Branch Approach”
As a responsible employer, you’ve a crucial part to play in influencing and enabling gender balance – both within the workplace and in wider society. Our latest blog explores how your employment practices can bridge the gap between inspiring change and enabling it to happen. Continue reading “From Inspiring to Enabling: Gender Balance in the Workplace”
“Colour, creed, age and who you sleep with all become irrelevant when you’re both being shot at.” (Captain Michael Fry, quoted in The Independent, 2011). As Remembrance Day approaches, we take a look at how the British military is conquering the war on prejudice.
To come out or not to come out? With only 57% of LGBT employees comfortable to disclose their sexuality at work, could employers be doing more to lend support to the remaining 43% grappling with this decision? Continue reading “The Closet Conundrum – 10 Ways Employers Can Be More Supportive”
Sometimes we need a little reminder of the good that can come from faiths uniting together for a better world, and that the common foundations underpinning every religion are harmonious. Continue reading “World Religion: Celebrating Differences and Embracing Similarities”
An estimated 2 million people in the UK are living with sight loss. And of the 360,000 registered as blind or partially sighted, approx. 80,000 are of working age and capability. Could your organisation be missing out? Continue reading “Employing The Visually Impaired ; 6 Important Questions Answered”
Living with a disability presents challenges, of that there is no doubt. But for most people, whilst it is a fact of their lives, it is not the most interesting thing about them. Nor do they wish it to define them in everyday conversation. Continue reading “Talk To Me, Not My Wheelchair”
‘The 1950’s called. They said we’ve borrowed their gender stereotypes for too long and now they’d like them back’. Continue reading “Is Everyday Sexism Eroding The Progress of Gender Diversity?”