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“Making it Real” at all stages of selection with Situational Judgement Tests

Laura Haycock
November 9, 2018
As Diversity and Inclusion has become a key priority, it is time to re-examine accepted assessment and selection practices. Some of our most trusted techniques can be at odds with our aims…
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Micro-incivilities – Do the little things matter?

Louise Weston
March 29, 2018
I’m fascinated by micro-incivilities and with the launch of Binna Kandola’s book ‘Racism at Work: The Danger of Indifference’, it feels like a good opportunity to share my experience of race and…
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Race and social integration

Jonathan Taylor
March 26, 2018
We’re a social species. And this is so much more than a simple inclination or preference. Increasingly we’re realising that our connection to others plays a vital role for our health and…
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Racism through exclusion

Nic Hammarling
March 12, 2018
70% of employees involved in a recent study[1] reported feeling excluded at work in the last six months. Given that our need to fit in is such a fundamental human instinct, this…
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Stereotypes, Prototypes and Superheroes

Stuart Duff
March 1, 2018
Last week I took my family to see The Black Panther, Marvel’s latest superhero film. I’m not sure that I am the core target audience for the film, but nonetheless I enjoyed…
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