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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 […]

VIDEO: The UK is leagues behind other countries when it comes to providing for a diverse workforce

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The detailed study of 10,000 workers representing thousands of companies from 10 countries found the UK trails behind the likes of Mexico, Ireland, Spain and the United States across 12 of the 14 categories researched. Compared to other nations, the UK caters reasonably better for staff of different religious backgrounds – allowing paid time off […]

10 reasons why better inclusion will help us bounce back in 2022

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Whether it’s addressing hybrid working from home, or the need to actively and systemically address a lack of inclusion to do with race, gender, sexual orientation, physical disability or social differences, Thom Dennis (pictured, above), CEO of Serenity In Leadership, explains why inclusion will help us bounce back in 2022…   INCLUSION PREVENTS BULLYING. Active, […]

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 […]

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 […]

Strengthening organisational effectiveness through diversity, equity and inclusion

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Diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace’s genetic make-up leads to innovation, new ideas, and advantages over competitors. Diverse teams can better represent the customers they serve, make decisions with fewer blind spots, and bring more varied thinking to problem solving. Additionally, this is an area where leadership can display the human side of the […]

13 ways to develop sustainable company values

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Millennials in particular are more likely to spend money with a company, or consider joining their workforce, if it has clear business ethics that align with their own, or if the business shows corporate social responsibility or clear integrity.  These younger consumers are extremely important not least because have also have the loudest voices on […]

Over a third of UK adults have suffered discrimination at work

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Over a third of British adults (36%) report having experienced some form of discrimination in the workplace or when job hunting, study finds. New research into workplace discrimination, commissioned by HR software provider CIPHR, reveals just how widespread employment bias is in the UK. On average, one in six people (16%) report having suffered ageism, […]

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 […]

Why we need more compassion in the workplace

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By Jonathan Taylor, Managing Psychologist at leading D&I consultancy Pearn Kandola More than ever, employees are combating increased levels of stress and anxiety. The past year and a half has had a profound effect on people’s wellbeing. Employers need to be closely attuned to how this might manifest in the workplace and what support is […]


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