Workplace equality

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Pervasive taboos, a “culture of silence” in the workplace, and the impact of the physical symptoms of the menopause are

October 18, 2021

Flexible working has overtaken salary as the top benefit to employees, highlighting that flexibility and autonomy over the working day

October 13, 2021

Norway may appoint a female as its central bank chief for the first time ever, after governor Oystein Olsen announced

August 27, 2021

Investment giant AJ Bell has shaken up its management to reflect its growth plans, adding two new leadership roles and

August 18, 2021

Women’s retirement prospects and savings have been dragged down by the pandemic much more than men’s, widening the gap between

August 11, 2021

The government has named and shamed some 191 employers, including John Lewis, Pret A Manger and The Body Shop, for

August 5, 2021

Women now make up a third of boards at 200 of the top British financial firms according to a report,

July 19, 2021
remote working

Over two thirds of workers want more flexible working post-pandemic, as just under half can’t switch off from work. A

July 12, 2021
City Of London Reacts To Coronavirus

The government won’t impose an obligatory flexible working model on financial services, as regulators ramp up pressure on firms to

July 8, 2021

Co-op has introduced new measures to support its employees and their partners that have been affected by pregnancy loss. Created

June 25, 2021

Gary Motherwell CA, Finance Director at Golden Charter, discusses overcoming his fear of coming out, how he has witnessed attitudes

June 23, 2021

UK businesses who treat their employees equally, regardless of race, reported up to 58 per cent higher income than their

June 9, 2021

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