Business trends

“The world expects balance. We notice its absence and celebrate its presence”.
A report last year from The Resolution Foundation revealed that black and ethnic minority employees are losing out on a shocking £3.2bn a year. Black women graduates earn on average £1.56 less per hour than white women graduates.
The 2019 Diversity in the Workplace Report takes a comprehensive look at the companies across the globe who are doing diversity and inclusion ‘right’. We spoke to the author, 32-year-old Vessy Tasheva, about why she created the report and what we can all learn from it.
By now, we all understand the importance of the gender pay gap, but what about the other ‘gaps’ in the workplace? The imbalances that need redressing if everyone is to have an equal shot of success?
The real question is why are there not more senior women?
Gender Gap Report
The gender gap may be narrowing – but it’s also re-opened old fault lines, as evinced by 2018’s World Economic Forum report.
Tracy Weir
Some industries will look more closely at their salary than others, running frequent benchmarking. But women need to be encouraged more to take bigger roles.
Equal Pay
Campaigners launch Equal Pay Advice Service for Equal Pay Day 2018
Women leadership STEM
Why diversity is key to improving life-changing technology.