Workplace equality

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With a rapidly-ageing demographic across Europe, it is time to re-evaluate not only our own attitudes towards older people, but

February 5, 2020
Guide dog for blind people

London is a wonderful place to live and work. I meant to stay for just two years when I first

January 20, 2020

If you’re a manager, knowing when to bite your tongue and say nothing can be tough, especially when you’re watching

January 15, 2020

Should a company’s responsibility begin and end with shareholders, or extend to customers, communities, and the environment?  While hardly an

January 8, 2020

Calling all employers: what was in your Christmas stocking? Did you find the latest gadget designed to enhance productivity? The

January 8, 2020
Germany Debates Expanding Parental Leave

Earlier this year, journalist Emma Duncan asked why we work so hard to avoid our children. Will future generations look

December 10, 2019

The business world has come a long way in celebrating and enabling gender equality. But while there might be more

November 29, 2019
The workplace is still a man's world, according to London professionals

Over half of London-based professionals think that stereotypical masculine qualities are held in higher regard in the hiring and promotion

November 25, 2019

Look on the bright side. Keep smiling. Can do. These messages are increasingly prevalent in the workplace, to our significant

October 23, 2019

Is banning staff from work emails after office hours a good idea to combat the ‘always-on’ culture? YES, says Laura

October 22, 2019

In the run-up to World Mental Health Day on 10 October, one thing is abundantly clear: British workers have never

October 4, 2019

Labour’s pledge at its party conference to introduce a four-day working week on five-day’s pay has grabbed headlines and been

October 3, 2019

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