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Who holds accountability for workplace discrimination?

Accountancy Age
October 23, 2018
Discrimination takes many forms and, though firms are focusing more on diversity, UK accountancy still has a long way to go before ethnic minorities are fairly represented. In the 1980s, the employment…
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Mind the race gap

City AM
October 12, 2018
There's a long history of BAME (black, Asian and minority ethnic) people being paid less than their white colleagues. Generally speaking, in every walk of life, in every craft and profession, minorities…
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The Perils Of An Absentee Boss

October 5, 2018
The absentee boss. Many of us have experienced this phenomenon. A boss who is hands-off and never gives feedback to the team. A growing body of research shows that absentee leadership, also…
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Including diverse questions

September 19, 2018
While most large organisations have some form of diversity and inclusion (D&I) initiative in place, all too many focus narrowly on gender and sometimes race.
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How breaking the silence about race could smash the ‘glass ceiling’

Times Educational Supplement
September 14, 2018
Although racism in schools may be less blatant than decades ago, subtle discrimination still hampers the careers of black and minority ethnic teachers, finds Chris Parr. But academics have highlighted how leaders…
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