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How to make equality, diversity and inclusion the norm

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Equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) needs to become “the norm” in organisations to escape the “disappointing” criticism by the UK government that it is a waste of time. That’s the guidance coming from the latest episode of ‘Aston means business’, a podcast from Aston University presented by journalist Steve Dyson. Professor Shivani Sharma, the new […]

UK employers ‘leading DE&I transformation in Europe’

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UK employers are leading Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I) transformation in comparison to most European companies. That’s according to research conducted by GoodHabitz that considered answers from over 13,600 employees across 13 European countries. It shows employees’ desire to work for diverse and inclusive businesses, as well as employers striving to create equal and inclusive […]

mia appoints EDI officer

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The Meetings Industry Association (mia) has appointed VisitBritain/VisitEngland’s Debra Lang to its voluntary board of directors to lead on its diversity, equity and inclusion work. Lang, who is the Director of HR & Professional Services of the national tourism agency, will be using her extensive experience to develop a strategy and best practice framework for […]

UK employers seeing significant changes in what employees expect at work

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Some 93 per cent of UK employers think employees’ expectations around their work experiences are changing, according to new research by professional services firm Aon plc. The largest shifts focus on employer purpose as well as employee mental health, Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI). According to Aon’s UK Benefits […]

Gender imbalance in the office continues – new study

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A global survey of 11,000 deskless employees has revealed a continuing imbalance between men’s and women’s experiences in the workplace – with workforce management experts Quinyx calling for organisations to make 2022 a year of cultural transformation. The Quinyx study found that women continue to fare worse than male colleagues on a range of factors relating to their employee […]

Economist research highlights DEI trust deficit

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New research conducted by Economist Impact and commissioned by Zellis has revealed enthusiasm among British and Irish workers to contribute to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) programmes by providing personal information. However, many organisations are far behind where they must be to build the trust needed to gather that data, most notably by a lack […]