Workplace equality

Kristin Forbes, the American economist who became one of the Bank of England’s newbies this summer, could have [...]

2 October 2014

Labour's shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna yesterday promised to hold UK businesses to account over the number [...]

1 October 2014
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Back in 2012, the European Commission decided it would tackle gender inequality and "break the glass ceiling that [...]

11 September 2014
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SWEDEN continues to be one of the countries others look to for an answer to this fundamental question of our times: [...]

27 August 2014
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Baroness Warsi, the Conservative minister who resigned this week over the government’s position on Gaza, has [...]

10 August 2014
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A Liberal Democrat manifesto pledge to force big companies to publish the average pay of their male and female [...]

18 July 2014
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The arrival of US economist Kristin Forbes at the Bank of England is a huge win for the institution. [...]

15 May 2014

IN JUST two months, Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century has taken the world by storm. In it, [...]

7 May 2014

WILL the Conservatives’ flagship initiative, the Big Society, again occupy a prominent position in the upcoming [...]

1 May 2014

WEAK and ineffectual boards are a risk to the health of their companies and to the whole UK economy. As the Flowers [...]

10 April 2014

CONCERN about inequalities of income and wealth is now a fashionable topic, and featured strongly in the gathering [...]

18 March 2014

CITY financial firms will be forced to set targets for the number of men and women holding roles within their [...]

12 August 2013

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