LGBT history month is a time where we can look back at the struggles LGBT+ people have faced and at the struggles they still face today. This group still face great discrimination, and this can surface in the workplace too.
Anyone entering a new workplace is likely to feel nervous and unsure at first – and this feeling is increased enormously for those belonging to a minority group.
Equality and Diversity in the workplace may seem to some as an afterthought – today we explore why it’s important, and what adverse effects ignoring discrimination might have on your business. What is discrimination? Discrimination is defined as “the unjust or prejudicial
Mentoring can make a huge and long-lasting impact on a person’s skills and growth. January is named National Mentoring Month. It aims to promote the idea of becoming a mentor to more people, as well as encouraging more organisations to
Many of us have spent the duration of COVID feeling alone, unable to see our friends and peers in person. This Blue Monday, we look at how loneliness can affect us and what we can do to assist those who
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
Disparity in pay is present between people of equal skill levels. It is usually due to them having a characteristic such as their gender or disability. However, these people are contributing just as much as their counterparts – so why
Dry January - What And Why? As we come up on the New Year and enjoy the parties of the winter season - quieter as they may be this year – you may hear a perhaps-familiar announcement from some of your
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
“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