Brexit has required the creation of two new departments, and existing departments are likely to need more workers
There are now no all-male boards in FTSE 100 companies, marking a watershed in women’s representation. So why are these successes not mirrored in the public sector?
Men in senior positions were much less likely to see the gender pay gap as an issue than women
One in five (20%) British workers cited their age as their biggest career obstacle
Russell Group and Ivy League graduate leaders more likely to be female
Encouragingly, the study suggests those that recognise the gravity of the situation are taking steps to address it
The company has publicly reported on both pay gaps and the number of women it has in senior roles
In consulting top jobs are still held by men. How can organisations hold onto their best women?
It is concerning that the high earners gap exists across generations for womens
Low-paid full-time workers can spend up to 45% of their disposable income on childcare
Companies are increasingly focusing on neurodiverse candidates, such as those with autism
A government-backed report recommends legislation requiring listed companies and those with 50-plus employees to publish a race breakdown