workplace-diversity

We're not yet at the tipping point where the number of women in leadership roles is sufficient to topple the unconscious biases and unwitting distortions that stand in the way of gender equality. We won't get to that tipping point unless we take concerted, committed and proactive action to achieve it.
everybody banner Autism apparently costs the UK £32bn per year but autism need not be a drain. The conversation must change from what it costs to what a neurodiverse workplace and society can contribute. What incentives can we provide employers?
Eileen Carey, a female CEO of a successful Silicon Valley tech company, recently revealed that the secret to her business
Diversity is a topic that continues to dominate the headlines across the UK. In the creative industry alone, Project Diamond
In a whirlwind of actions since assuming the Presidency, Donald Trump has implemented a number of controversial decisions
I've certainly never asked anyone not to see me as black because it's part of what makes me who I am. What I ask is to not be judged on my skin colour alone, sometimes that request is silently and totally denied.
People who respect and support LGBT people are known as 'Allies'. These people help build bridges for LGBT people at work.
We have received more than 100,000 responses in our global LGBT2030 research program from LGBT people and some say that even though they work at the highest-ranking employers, they still face daily problems, because they try to be openly LGBT at work.
I am worried that recruiters, policy gurus, senior managers and executives continue to reinforce the binary thinking in the workplace. While celebrities can help with broader social acceptance for trans people, it's the daily reality of finding and being at work for all trans people that still needs to change.
The world is taking two divergent paths on gay rights. In many countries there is growing acceptance of LGB&T people, and