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The Gender Pay Gap – making meaningful progress

Gender Pay Gap Progress but nowhere near enough – why? Already the message is clear in 2019 the published GPG figures will be marginally better than in 2018. There is no doubt that this is not good enough and we will continue to hear reasons from organisations, as to why

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Removing barriers for women in science

2018 saw an annual shortfall of up to 59,000 engineering graduates and technicians to fill core engineering roles, in an industry with a fast growing demand (Engineering UK). With an obvious need and drive for change to fill the growing skills gap, what are the next steps for STEM organisations

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Majority of employers struggle to know where to source disabled talent

The Recruitment Industry Disability Initiative has launched RIDI 100: a directory of recruitment service providers which are committed to the inclusion of disabled jobseekers. The introduction of the resource comes in response to a survey of internal hiring managers which found that 70% of employers struggle to know where to

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Removing the BAME pay gap in the workplace

Businesses can remove the BAME pay gap and other discrimination from their recruitment and talent management practices through detailed, objective scrutiny of all HR policies and processes. As ITN becomes one of the first media organisations to make it’s BAME pay gap public, diversity and inclusion specialists the Clear Company

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