Individuals who form the gender minority at work are more likely to experience sexual harassment in the workplace and leave the job.
Women’s earnings have been found to decrease following the birth of their first child – but the drop in salary is not applicable to fathers.
Women with promotions are more frustrated at work – as promotions are at a greater emotional benefit for men than women.
Women are noticeably underrepresented in many academic professions, with a distinct lack of women in economics – particularly in universities.
Diversity in medicine across the U.S is not equal with population changes – while women see gains in representation, minority groups continue to go underrepresented.
With a widening skills gap, ever-shrinking budgets and the Great Resignation in full swing, there are many challenges for the public sector to overcome in the coming months.
Michele Don Durbin, SVP of Marketing at Evernote, explains what workflows are and how one can help you and your team to manage demanding workloads.
Alison White of PLACEmaking reflects on how career development might be influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic and the move to hybrid working.
Kieron Murphy, Chief Customer Officer at Matrix Booking, explores the concept of smart sharing, explaining that public bodies seek a digitally assisted transition towards cross-organisation working
LGBT+ physicists face exclusionary behaviours that can lead to a change of field - with 15% of early career scientists identifying as LGBT+, what could this mean for the future?
Change is inevitable - but the nature of change itself is evolving as organisations work to manage the impact of multiple accelerating and unforeseen events.
While Christians say their moral issues result in workplace discrimination, Muslims and Jewish people feel more targeted by Islamophobic and anti-Semitic rhetoric.
Alison White, co-founder workplace designers and change advisers PLACEmaking, discusses the shift in our mentality towards a work-life balance post pandemic
It seems that having higher levels of trust in the government leads people to feel more secure in their jobs, producing better standards of work.
Stuart Woolgar, CEO of Global Guardians Management, reflects on how the pandemic has affected working patterns along with the impact of working from home on the property sector.
Dave Emsley, head of public sector tail spend services at OT Group, takes a look at how business leaders can develop strategic plans in five key areas to improve procurement processes
Becoming second worldwide in women’s representation rankings, the UK has climbed up the FTSE 100 index - from only 12.5% of women on boards, to just under 40%.
Sian Hopwood, EVP, Local Business Units at BluJay Solutions, discusses how women could be the answer to the future of supply chains.
A report by the World Health Organisation (WHO) says working from home can blur the boundaries, with individuals working longer hours than before.
A new study finds that businesses which use social values for profit – like the environment or social justice – can erode company status and consumer commitment.