The responsibility for improving diversity must not fall solely in HR’s lap and must extend to business heads and boardroom executives, research released today has found. The report – Breaking the Deadlock – by employer-led group The 5% Club, included various recommendations to improve diversity in the UK workforce based on consultations with its members. “In those
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New CIPD research considers the outcomes of diversity at work, the barriers keeping inequalities in place and how organisations can make work an equal business The moral and business cases for diversity and inclusion at work are compelling; equal access to, and opportunity at work is simply the right thing to do for individuals and
Despite Google’s claims that it wants to improve diversity, the tech giant’s recent report on the issue shows that little has changed over the last year. Women still account for less than a third of the workforce, and the company has a high attrition rate for black employees. Why can’t the most successful and most coveted employer