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Neurodiversity, autism and the workplace

United Kingdom - April 1 2019 “Neurodiversity” is a relatively new term, but increasing numbers of employers are seeking to plug their skills gap by developing a more neurodiverse...

Karen Baxter.

International Men’s Day - should employers be doing anything special for their male staff?

United Kingdom - November 19 2018 Let's not pretend this isn't a man's world. The United Kingdom has a gender pay gap of 17.9. It was reported in March that there are more Daves and...

Karen Baxter, Anna Bond.

Bisexuality and the workplace - don’t forget the B in LGBT

United Kingdom - September 18 2018 There have been major advances in lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (“LGBT”) rights over recent years with, for example, leaps forward in...

Karen Baxter, Anna Bond.

Too hot to handle? What employers need to know about the heatwave

USA, United Kingdom - July 4 2018 There’s nothing Brits like more than talking about the weather and this year we’ve had a lot to discuss. Just a few months ago, the country was...

Bethan Carney.

EHRC gets tough on enforcing gender pay gap reporting

United Kingdom - April 26 2018 Having consulted on its plans for enforcing GPGR last December, the EHRC published its "final strategy" a few days before the 4 April 2018 deadline...

Colin Leckey.