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Half of UK organisations are reviewing benefits for inclusivity

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Research from Aon has revealed that over half of UK organisations (52 percent) are planning to, or are already, reviewing their compensation and benefits programmes to strengthen diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) initiatives. Aon’s 7th Pulse Survey also found that three in four organisations say driving DE&I in the workplace is at the top of […]

Women still facing barriers in tech industries

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Research released today by NTT DATA UK shows that nearly three quarters of women (74%) have had a negative experience at work because of their gender. Despite ongoing barriers facing women in the sector, 85% of all respondents believe the industry has become more welcoming to women over the last decade, with the most cited […]

How To: Create a workplace culture where it’s safe to speak out

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A safe to speak out work culture refers to having a protected psychological space for employees to voice about any workplace concerns, challenges or conflicts they may be facing at work, as well actively encouraging them to offer opportunities for innovation. It is about giving employees a voice in a safe space that is heard […]

Taking pride in inclusion: How to measure LGBT+ inclusivity in the workplace

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By Ashley Williams, Psychologist at business psychology firm Pearn Kandola An inclusive workplace culture is one that effectively incorporates differences without eliminating them, and in which people flourish individually and unite as a high performing team. It’s the magic ingredient that allows employees to thrive and grow within their role. An inclusive culture not only […]

How to turn increased diversity awareness into progress in the workplace

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Ashley Williams, business psychologist at Pearn Kandola and expert in LGBTQ+ diversity and inclusion, shares her advice for employers considering how to do the right thing…. The simple fact that conversation around pronouns is picking up momentum is extremely positive. Misgendering a person can be hurtful, even if accidental, and therefore normalising the act of considering the pronouns […]

Being transgender in the workplace & what needs to happen to support inclusion of transgender employees

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In advance of International Transgender Day of Visibility on 31st March, we caught up with Joanne Lockwood, a Diversity & Inclusion & Belonging Specialist who also promotes Transgender Awareness to organisations, and an Associate Facilitator with Serenity in Leadership, to find out what we need to do next to stop discrimination in the workplace and […]