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How shaping attitudes to risk starts at the job interview

January 1, 2018
An organisation’s staff can be a significant source of risk: an under-supervised admin assistant can turn to fraud, a careless developer can allow hackers access to sensitive information, or an over-enthusiastic marketing…
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Six Signs Of Sexual Harassment In Your Workplace

Huffington Post
November 30, 2017
The media has been in a frenzy over recent weeks, with numerous cases of high-profile individuals being found guilty of sexual harassment. Stretching from Hollywood to the world of business, many are…
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How Focusing On Race Could Overshadow The Bigger Issue Of Poverty And Disadvantage

Huffington Post
October 26, 2017
Theresa May should be praised for the publishing of the Race Disparity Audit, earlier this month. In her first speech as Prime Minister, she announced a commitment to investigating racial inequality in our…
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Why Organisations Need To Stop Image Perception Being Valued Over Professional Capability

Huffington Post
September 27, 2017
Eileen Carey, a female CEO of a successful Silicon Valley tech company, recently revealed that the secret to her business success was to dye her blonde hair brunette, and ditch the heels…
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Juries, not judges, lead the way against racial bias in our justice system

The Guardian
September 15, 2017
The Lammy Review found that juries were consistent in their decision-making, irrespective of the ethnicity of the defendant. Judges are a different story. We are told our criminal justice system is the…
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