More than 120,000 workers from minority ethnic backgrounds have left their jobs due to racism. In the face of shocking statistics revealing the prevalence of workplace racism, the imperative for change has never been clearer.
We all find ourselves complaining about our jobs and bosses, even when we enjoy our work and the routine of going to the office; it’s human nature. But do we truly understand what brings us genuine happiness in our workplace?
The number of options for Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) training can be overwhelming. Questions may arise about the most crucial issues and who should be the first to receive the training. Doubt may creep in as you ponder whether
Attitudes held by employees can significantly impact the workplace atmosphere, leading to discrimination and inequality if left unchallenged. In this blog, we will explore how attitudes can cause discrimination and inequality in a workplace, the factors influencing attitudes and opinions,
World Menopause Day, aims to obliterate the stigma surrounding menopause and highlight the support available for those experiencing this natural phase of life. While some might perceive menopause as a gender and age-specific concern, it's much more
To thrive in this multicultural environment, it is crucial for organisations to embrace and manage cultural differences effectively. We explore the steps to managing cultural differences in the workplace, ensuring harmonious collaboration and fostering a positive, inclusive atmosphere.
October, designated as Black History Month in the UK, offers a valuable opportunity for organisations to honour the contributions of Black Britons and foster a workplace culture that embraces diversity. We will explore practical ways to make Black History Month
Managers and leaders serve as the driving force behind creating an environment where employees feel a deep sense of belonging. Find out what are the common six traits of inclusive leaders