Why is communication key in the workplace?
Communication does not have to be as hard as you think. Employers just need to understand the different ways in which we can communicate. This will allow them to look at their own situation and needs, gathering more options to
LGBTQ+ 'Two Boys Kissing' by David Levitham Two boys kissing, the story of two 17-year-olds, Harry, and Craig, who go out to break the Guinness world record for locking lips - a 35-hour marathon - to make a statement about
Case Study – We Are Adam
Here we have one of of clients case study, how we worked with them and the outcomes of our training. We Are Adam are a recruitment agency team, with offices in Manchester and London, that successfully help businesses grow through
Mental health and the barriers to employment.
Since the pandemic, the world has come to realise that mental health is unavoidable. Even if this doesn’t categorise you, keep reading, because mental health impacts everyone. Turning a blind eye isn’t going to make a difference. Therefore, knowledge is
The expectation of ‘men’ needs to change.
I am a female writing a blog on gender equality and even though I’m on a mission to empower women within their careers, I am keen to tackle the problem of ‘Toxic masculinity’. As a woman, all I ever see
Disability – Nature’s problem solvers should be on your hire list
“Over 1 billion people are estimated to live with some form of disability. This corresponds to about 15% of the world's population, with up to 190 million (3.8%) people aged 15 years and older having significant difficulties in functioning, often
Has COVID Killed The Traditional Workplace?
The World Calls In Sick… As we continue to snowball into the unknown, I look back and realise how many changes the world has taken on since COVID. One thing is for certain: there is no ‘one way’ to bring everyone
Case Study – The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) for Wiltshire and Swindon.
Discussing disproportionality, diversity and inclusion themes within the Criminal Justice System - A case study Who are you? The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) for Wiltshire and Swindon. How did you hear about us? Due to the nature of our organisation,
Case Study – Developing an in-house solution.
Below is an open, honest and excellent case study and testimonial from an independent public sector organisation we have been working with recently to develop an in-house learning solution. This organisation has a clear commitment to equality, diversity and inclusive
The Impact Of Early Education – A Foster Family Perspective
Diversiti UK are delighted to announce a new member of the team – Alisha Kemp – who will be helping to spread the word about all the positive work we do for the community and businesses. Read her first blog