Why insurance is embracing diversity and tech

‘As AI expands further into our home and working lives, the need for human interaction may in fact equally increase’

Is Silicon Valley using culture fit to disguise discrimination?

wifi engineer LeRon Barton sitting in front of a white wall

For an industry that prides itself on creativity, its workforce is homogenous. A former techie-turned-writer shares his experience of working as a black employee in Silicon Valley and tells how the technology sector remains out of reach for many under-represented ethnicities

The true cost of unpaid fashion internships

Unpaid internships in London's elite fashion industry are hindering social mobility, with the costs involved simply out of reach for many aspiring professionals

Why your organisation needs an inclusive language policy

Many organisations are only paying lip service to inclusion, with outdated, discriminatory and inappropriate language often standing in the way of creating a safe and open culture

Tackling transphobia in the workplace

With discriminatory attitudes to trans people still rife in the workplace, it is vital that business leaders are proactive in making all employees feel comfortable and supported

Ignoring diversity will cut you off from new talent

Recruiting and developing employees who fit neatly into a pre-defined culture can create a one-dimensional workforce, and this attitude needs to change for businesses to be truly inclusive

Embrace neurodiversity or miss out

A largely misunderstood and unemployed group of people could present companies with new ways of thinking, but stigmas are holding many back from fulfilling their potential

Why the industry needs more women in engineering

Engineering is missing out because of latent prejudice and unconscious bias preventing women from entering the profession