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    How to: Spot, Tackle and Eliminate Unconscious Bias
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    It's no secret that some people face greater obstacles in both life and in the workplace. From sexism…
    How have the recent tech layoffs impacted workplace DEI?
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    The technology industry has seen an unprecedented number of layoffs throughout 2022 – but how has this impacted…
    Christian employees feel ‘silenced’ in the workplace
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    “Hostility” and “ridicule” are some of the experiences reported by Christian employees in the UK and US, according…
    Religion at Work: Experiences of Christian employees
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    An increasing number of employers are understanding the value of creating an inclusive work environment, where all employees…
    Many Christians feel unable to express religious identity at work
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    Despite being the most common religion in the UK, many Christian employees feel unable to comfortably express their…
    Palace race scandal: HR must assess work culture ‘from top to bottom’ to root out racism
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    Employers must critically assess their workplace culture “from top to bottom” to root out racism, an expert has…
    Five steps to attract more staff with disabilities that every business can take
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    Diverse workplaces that bring together experience from all areas of life tend to perform better. If this is…
    Census results show increased diversity if not inclusion
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    The latest UK Census has revealed the country is as diverse now as it has ever been, even…
    Is running Twitter and Tesla too much for Elon Musk and what problems is he facing?
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    With staff rebelling at Twitter, two recalls of his Tesla cars in a week, and reports of a schoolgirl in…
    Ethnic inequalities in the UK labour market and what employers can do to embrace diversity and inclusion
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    In the recent Deaton Review of Inequalities (the Review), the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS) considered ethnic inequalities in…
    Report reveals lack of inclusivity for Hindu employees in UK workplaces
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    Religious expression in the workplace is not a level playing field, suggests a new report looking into the…
    UK businesses isolating Hindu employees
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    According to findings from business psychology consultancy Pearn Kandola, nearly two fifths (38%) of Hindu employees in the…
    Religion at Work: Experiences of Hindu Employees
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    An increasing number of employers are understanding the value of creating an inclusive work environment, where all employees…
    Sunak as PM is a D&I milestone, but ordinary working Hindus need more change
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    Rishi Sunak will mark one month as Prime Minister this week, having taken over from the shortest-lived PM…
    Lack of inclusion blights working lives of many UK Hindus
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    A month after Rishi Sunak became the UK’s first Hindu prime minister, new research has found that Hindus…
    ‘Calling out racism is everyone’s business’
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    Last month, the UK made history by appointing its first British Asian and Hindu prime minister. While Rishi…
    Cost-of-living crisis widens poverty gap for Black and minority ethnic people
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    We’re living through a financial crisis, with the prices of everyday items – from food to household electricity…
    61% of black employees experienced racism at workplace in 2021
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    Almost two-thirds (61 per cent) of black employees experienced racism in the workplace in 2021, according to a…
    Taking the Conversation Beyond Black History Month
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    It was only three years ago, at a conference about race, that I overheard several directors of diversity…
    Workers’ refusal to take lift with black colleague exposes HR failings on race
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    An accountant has won a discrimination case after a judge ruled that several colleagues refused to get in…
    Two-thirds of Black Employees Experienced Racism Last Year, Research Finds
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    Nearly two-thirds (61 per cent) of Black employees experienced racism in 2021, a report by Pearn Kandola has…
    Little Progress Made in Workplace Racial Equality Since 2018
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    Comfort levels around discussing racism have barely changed. Almost two-thirds (61%) of Black employees experienced racism in the…
    ’Not my business’: How Workplace Racism Goes Unchallenged
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    Perceptions of racism in the workplace have remained static since 2018 despite the rise of Black Lives Matter…
    Little Progress Made in Workplace Racial Equality Since 2018
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    Almost two-thirds (61%) of Black employees experienced racism in the workplace in 2021, according to a new report…
    Unconscious Bias Training: A closer look at the evidence
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    Over recent years there has been much talk about whether unconscious bias training really works. In this webinar,…
    How Inclusive Are Your Teams?
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    Inclusive teams perform better, are more innovative, and report greater wellbeing. But how do we build them? In…
    Racism at Work: In the Light of Covid-19
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    Professor Binna Kandola OBE introduces the thinking behind his book, Racism at Work. Binna then looks at the…
    Racism at Work in the UK (2021)
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    In 2018, Pearn Kandola conducted a survey of 1,500 participants to explore the experience of racism in the…
    Pearn Kandola: Exclusion Hurts: Reaching Deep to Change Behaviours and Enhance Belonging
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    Wanting to belong is a fundamental human instinct. Yet according to research by diversity and inclusion consulting experts…
    Pearn Kandola named as one of the UK’s Best Workplaces for Women
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    Now in its fifth year, our 2022 list showcases the largest collection of Best Workplaces™ for Women that the UK…
    Professor Binna Kandola OBE named as one of Britain’s 101 Most Influential Asians 2022
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    For diversity and inclusivity specialist Binna Kandola, his interest in the subject derived from his own personal experiences.…
    Professor Binna Kandola OBE named on HR Most Influential Thinkers list
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    Binna Kandola is a professor, business psychologist, senior partner and co-founder of Pearn Kandola. Over the past 35…
    Breaking the Spell
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    Are typos on CVs as insignificant as Matt Hancock suggests? Judy Cogan explores a recruitment quandary    
    People With Disabilities Need More Help at Work
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    Employers need to take responsibility for the needs of their employees, writes Jonathan Taylor; the onus shouldn’t always be on…
    How do we normalise standing up against racism and bias at work?
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    The allegations of racism made by Azeem Rafiq against current and former members of Yorkshire County Cricket Club…
    Two in five disabled workers not receiving reasonable adjustments, research finds
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    Two in five disabled employees are not receiving the reasonable adjustments they need from their employer, a poll…
    5 reasons to try something new in 2022
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    If you’re considering trying something new in 2022, here’s why that could be a brilliant idea… 1. Variety…
    How to cope with ‘lockdown limbo’ anxiety – if the uncertainty is getting to you
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    Work from home if you can. Be ‘sensible’ about socialising. We have been here before. As the Omicron…
    How to tackle racism and sexism in the workplace
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    We’re all biased. It’s important for everyone to recognise this fact. And while most of us would never…
    No, racist language is never ‘just banter’
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    This week, professional cricketer Azeem Rafiq revealed that he was regularly called a P*** by a former teammate.…
    Managing Director explores the pros and cons of hybrid working versus WFH and in the office
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    A recent global study revealed that over 97% of workers wish to work remotely for the rest of…
    Gender pay gap – why firms haven’t improved and what they need to do
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    Here, DiversityQ examines the results of this year’s gender pay gap submissions, why firms aren’t confident enough about…
    No change on UK gender pay gap
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    With the the deadline now passed for the first mandatory gender pay gap reporting since the coronavirus pandemic, the latest…
    Inclusive workplaces need leaders who are self-aware, not self-conscious
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    Inclusivity is becoming one of the UK’s most prioritised business objectives. Every business leader must listen to their…
    Police reform: Will the Casey inquiry lead to cultural change?
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    Baroness Louise Casey is to lead a review into culture and standards at the Metropolitan Police. With public…
    Can we make Black History Month a catalyst for change?
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    Black History Month this year will be an important one for many organisations. During 2020, many of us…
    Six ways you can build a happy hybrid workforce
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    The move to hybrid working is creating a new set of challenges for all businesses. High on the…
    Racial imposter syndrome is holding women of colour like me back in the workplace
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    As a British Pakistani Muslim woman, carving a name in the white-dominated media industry has been challenging. Throughout my…
    Employers also need to embrace right to request flexible working
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    Employees will be given the right to request flexible working from the first day of their employment under…
    ‘Missing White Woman Syndrome’: Are ethnic minority victims being ignored?
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    Last Friday, the body of Sabina Nessa, a 28-year-old with south Asian heritage from south-east London, was found in…
    The impact of cognitive ‘propaganda’ on minority ethnic workers
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    Last month, The Ivy Asia issued a formal apology after its ‘culturally insensitive’ and ‘totally inappropriate’ ad campaign…
    MPs back mandatory ethnicity pay gap reporting during debate at Westminster
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    MPs have called on the government to make ethnicity pay gap reporting mandatory for larger firms, as experts…
    Survey reveals 81% of younger workers fear loneliness from long-term home working
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    New research from Chargifi reveals that since working from home, Gen Z and Millennials feel disproportionately isolated, and…
    Masculine language in job adverts deterring female candidates, research finds
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    'Masculine' job adverts deter women from applying for them, according to new research, as less than half of…
    Why we need more compassion in the workplace
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    Jonathan Taylor, managing psychologist at D&I consultancy Pearn Kandola explains how leaders and teams can benefit from compassionate working at a…
    Why businesses must tackle the ‘reverse brain drain’
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    Olivia Bence’s story is not unusual. Having worked for a large Manchester-based marketing agency and lived in the…
    Pearn Kandola partners with GoodCourse to deliver text-based D&I training to frontline workers
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    Pearn Kandola, one of the world’s leading D&I consultancies, has signed an exclusive partnership with GoodCourse, the London based…
    Assuming a Black person is going to sell you drugs is racist – why is it still happening?
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    Being approached by a stranger and asked for weed or pills is something many Black people have experienced…
    Covid: British-Chinese people ‘may be scarred for more than a generation’ after virus-related racism
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    British-Chinese people fear they will be 'scarred for more than a generation' after receiving racist abuse during the coronavirus…
    As Iceland trials ‘successful’ four-day week – is this the future of work?
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    Busy workers rejoice, trials of a four-day week in Iceland have been declared an "overwhelming success", prompting calls…
    The Virus of Racism: Covid-19 & anti-Chinese prejudice in the UK & USA – One year on…
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    In 2020, we published research which identified an increase in anti-Chinese prejudice with the arrival of the coronavirus.…
    How to measure LGBT+ inclusivity in the workplace
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    An inclusive workplace culture is one that effectively incorporates differences without eliminating them, and in which people flourish…
    How the psychological risks of remote working can impact belonging and inclusivity
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    Although Covid-19 restrictions are set to be lifted in a few weeks, remote or hybrid working is here…
    What are the psychological risks of remote working?
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    Inclusivity is an essential component in any workplace. It allows employees to experience a shared sense of belonging,…
    Historical racism must not become a scapegoat
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    It is easier for white leaders of organisations to focus on the safer ground of historical racism than…
    A week off to de-stress: Should other companies follow Bumble’s example?
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    It is essential to ensure workers are taking adequate breaks throughout the day and are starting and finishing…
    Why is cultural intelligence so important right now?
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    The pandemic crisis has shown, more than ever, that leaders of organisations need emotional intelligence and empathy as…
    Taking pride in inclusion: how to measure LGBT+ inclusivity in the workplace
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    An inclusive workplace culture is one that effectively incorporates differences without eliminating them, and in which people flourish individually and…
    Why aren’t women of colour believed when they address mental health issues?
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    Tennis superstar Naomi Osaka has announced that she is withdrawing from the French Open after being fined for declining…
    Without inclusion, this is what your hybrid office could look like
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    As an HR professional, it’s impossible to escape the words ‘hybrid working’ right now. Teams have spent months…
    Psychologist advises ‘nuanced approach’ to use of pronouns at work as Demi Lovato announces she is non-binary
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    The announcement that pop star and actress Demi Lovato is non-binary and officially changing their pronouns has reignited the debate…
    The app that lets you pay to control another person’s life
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    How would you feel about being able to pay to control multiple aspects of another person's life? A…
    ‘Risks’ looming as employers prepare for hybrid working
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    Organisations are failing to prepare for the “psychological risks” of bringing staff back into the workplace, according to…
    Furlough scheme may cause workplace divisions
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    A previously hidden workplace divide has emerged as furloughed employees return to work, according to new research. Business…
    Get ready for the new politics of resentment in the office
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    Shared parental leave: Will the pandemic increase childcare equality?
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    Six years since the introduction of shared parental leave and take-up is still just 2%. Will the pandemic…
    Psychosocial risk: transformation barrier or opportunity?
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    If ever there was a need for transformation it is now. Business models are broken, markets have melted…
    “And the loser is…”: Diversity in Entertainment Awards
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    This report analyses the diversity of award nominees and award winners for the Oscars, BAFTA film and TV,…
    Are pay-by-the-minute booths the future of work?
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    I don’t really like working from home. Sure, there are advantages, but I find it isolating. I’m sick…
    Racism at work: how to Be an active bystander
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    When was the last time you heard someone say or do something racist at work? Perhaps it was…
    Why ‘casual racism’ doesn’t exist – and shouldn’t be used as an excuse
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    In the aftermath of Meghan and Harry’s groundbreaking sit-down interview with Oprah, the reaction among some has been…
    What is modern racism and how and why has racism mutated?
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    Behaviours can be separated into those which are under our conscious control and those which are not; and…
    Unconscious bias training alone will not stop discrimination, say critics
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    When former KPMG boss Bill Michael resigned for telling his staff to stop “playing the victim card” and…
    How to build trust when everyone is working separately
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    You’re trying to get on with a project but every few minutes, messages from your boss pop up…
    How leaders can identify racial trauma
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    The evidence that racism exists in workplaces is incontestable. Discussion of issues such as the race pay gap…
    Experts share the 5 steps companies can take to support the mental health and wellbeing of employees of color
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    Employee wellbeing has risen on the agenda for business leaders in recent years. But research shows a racial…
    Anxious or Anxiety?: The signs and solutions to the anxiety crisis
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    Anxiety is on the rise during the pandemic – and it’s affecting everyone. Tracey Moggeridge, Mindfulness Practitioner at business…
    The computers rejecting your job application
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    Frankly, it was a little stressful to know that my application was being judged by a computer and…
    50 ways to stay positive in lockdown: from engaging with nature to dating online
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    Experts from neuroscientists to fitness coaches on how they stay positive in trying times.
    Why background noise may help us work better
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    Our environment has a huge impact on the way we work and how happy, efficient and productive we…
    LinkedIn is not a dating app: Why a professional networking site is causing women users such distress
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    When Regina Scott found out that, after a gruelling boot camp, she had received her dream internship at…
    Could hiring a campervan as a home office be the future of remote working?
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    As someone with ADHD, who works from home and has a seven-year-old child, Business Coach Sara Tasker struggles…
    The psychology of long-term remote working: Productivity vs. Inclusivity
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    After an unpredictable few months, many office workers all over the UK have now become accustomed to working…
    Zoom lunches are a great support at this weird time
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    When Randi Lippert moved to London from Canada for work she was looking forward to getting to know…
    Is ‘unconscious bias’ just a convenient way to avoid acknowledging racism?
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    All of us have biases; snap judgements and assumptions that we make about groups of people based on…
    Top tips for winding down after working and schooling from home
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    You’ve said goodnight to your colleagues, closed your laptop and finished work for the day, so why can’t…
    Psychologists share top tips for staying positive in January
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    January is no fun; the weather is miserable, our New Year’s resolutions tend to immediately get broken, the…
    Skills HR will need in 2021: Finding diverse talent
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    The Black Lives Matter protests have added extra urgency to equality at work. People Management offers 10 practical steps…
    Is working from home over the holidays the ‘new normal’?
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    During the height of the COVID-19 lockdown, research collated by Instant Offices shows 60% of UK employees worked from home.…
    How to navigate racist interactions with family members this Christmas
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    Christmas is a time that is steeped in emotion, but this year may be particularly tumultuous. We have…
    10 Tips for Logging off from Work during the Festive Season
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    Lucky enough to have a festive break from work coming up? With the stresses and strains of working in…
    ‘Yes, people have Zoom fatigue but it’s not our fault’
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    Aparna Bawa says that she and fellow Zoom executives were so busy earlier this year that they had…
    Google ‘extends home working and plans flexible work week’
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    Google staff will work from home until September next year and only have to return to the office…
    Free to Soar
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    This is a fascinating read that focuses in on the issues of race and wellbeing.  Although there are…
    2021 Resolutions For Increasing Inclusion: Ethnicity Pay Gap Day
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    To close this year by looking forward, I’m dedicating my December and January articles to solution-focused thinking and…
    Email: Not the only way to communicate in lockdown
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    At first, email messaging was used as a way of sharing short bits of information and keeping those…
    The psychology of long-term remote working: Productivity vs. Inclusivity
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    Stuart Duff, head of development at business psychologist, Pearn Kandola, explains the ups and downs of remote working in…
    Why trust and control issues stop remote workers from doing their jobs properly
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    Trust is essential in all businesses, but it’s particularly important for remote workers to feel trusted. Managers need…
    Want to help working mothers? Focus on paternity
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    As France increases its paternity leave – which is set at very different levels across Europe – Nic…
    Inclusive offices foster productivity
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    A leading diversity expert has warned that exclusion of minorities within the workplace can have an impact on…
    The role leaders have in promoting wellbeing and addressing micro-incivilities
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    There’s no two ways about it; the role of a leader is a varied one. From strategic planning,…
    Accountancy Faces up to Unconscious Bias
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    As the spotlight of the Black Lives Matter movement continues to expose deep-rooted inequality embedded within society, ICAEW…
    Stand up when you talk, take a virtual tea break: how to bond with workmates during the pandemic
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    Pamela Iyer has little idea what her director looks like. Not properly. When she started her new role…
    We should learn from Donald Trump’s war on wokedom
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    Has ‘woke’ culture peaked? In the last few days, President Trump has issued an Executive Order prohibiting federal…
    Team conflict: Eight experts weigh in
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    When people are working together on a daily basis, conflict is inevitable. Even the tightest of teams will…
    How racism, wellbeing and performance are connected
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    Senior managers at companies who are serious about improving diversity need to ensure they understand the relationship between…
    Book excerpt: Free to Soar – Race and Wellbeing in Organisations
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    In an excerpt from 'Free to Soar: Race and Wellbeing in Organisations', a new book edited by TJ…
    Is employee happiness key to building a resilient workforce?
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    Shared parental leave uptake still ‘exceptionally low’, research finds
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    Only 2 per cent of eligible couples made use of shared parent leave (SPL) last year, meaning uptake…
    Mindfulness: The power of thought
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    The sceptics among you may consider the practice of mindfulness to be a fad, or perhaps even a waste of…
    How employers can make the most of remote working in the future
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    After months of working from home, many of us are getting used to a different pace of life.…
    Majority of BAME Britons say pandemic is exposing great social inequality in the UK
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    ​Sixty-one per cent of British people from Black, Asian and ethnic minority (BAME) communities have said that COVID-19…
    Covid-19 job losses disproportionately hit ethnic minorities
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    People from ethnic minorities in the UK have been hit disproportionately by job losses and reduced hours during…
    Firms rush to boost diversity but some over-rely on training
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    Training organisations that run diversity and inclusion courses have reported a surge in enquiries over the past two…
    Can remote redundancy conversations be sensitive and fair?
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    With job losses continuing to hit the headlines, many employers are wrestling with the practical issues involving redundancy…
    Accountancy faces up to unconscious bias
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    As the spotlight of the Black Lives Matter movement continues to expose deep-rooted inequality embedded within society, ICAEW…
    What to do if lockdown has made you want to quit your job
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    Over the past few months, working from home has become the ‘new normal’, but with restrictions lifting, lots…
    People Management’s D&I Power List 2020
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    People Management’s inaugural Diversity and Inclusion Power List celebrates those impacting D&I on the ground at – crucially…
    Why leaders must practise mindfulness
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    There’s a lot of conversation in the modern workplace about the importance of mental health, and even more…
    ‘Race filters’ on apps and coded compliments make online dating hard for people of colour
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    When Aditi matched Alex on Tinder, she wasn’t expecting much. She had swiped through a lot of men…
    The psychology behind why we never have enough time
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    It often seems like there aren’t enough hours in the day. As soon as our alarms go off…
    How to cope when your work friend leaves
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    If you’ve worked somewhere for a while, the chances are there is one person you’ve grown close to.…
    Racism in the workplace: new survey shows only slow progress
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    The extent to which the job prospects of black and ethnic minority workers lag behind those of the…
    Rate of unemployment reveals socioeconomic penalty for ethnic minorities
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    A major study into the jobs of people from ethnic minority groups has revealed “persistent racism” in access…
    How to build a strong company culture with a remote team
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    You no longer need to commute to an office to be part of a business, here are seven…
    The five stages of psychologically adapting to remote working
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    Wow. What an incredible – and at times bewildering – first few weeks of working in lockdown. In…
    The psychology of remote working: will you thrive or survive in a remote world?
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    There has been a considerable focus on the practical elements on remote working recently, from setting up an…
    What’s it like to be laid off over Zoom?
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    When travel start-up Pana held a meeting for all of its employees over Zoom, they explained that some…
    Why COVID-19 is no excuse to bring out the ‘race card’
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    During one of his regular press conferences, the World Health Organisation’s director-general spoke out about the racist abuse…
    Race Hate Crimes Against East And Southeast Asian People Have Quadrupled In Wake Of Coronavirus
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    Racist abuse towards Asian communities in Britain has rocketed in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic figures obtained by…
    COVID-19 & Anti-Chinese Prejudice: Press Coverage
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    The following articles feature our latest research on the rise of anti-Chinese racism in the UK. The objective…
    COVID-19 & Anti-Chinese Prejudice: The Virus of Racism
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    This research began with a message that was sent to one of the authors via LinkedIn. The message,…
    Can shared parental leave ever work?
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    The abysmally low take-up rate of shared parental leave (SPL), the policy introduced by the government in 2015,…
    ‘Household, we have a problem’: Learning to work at home
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    In the second in a series of posts about living and working at home, dealing with the challenges…
    We’re living in capsules now, but let’s take the positives
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    In the first in a series of posts about living and working at home, dealing with the challenges…
    From pioneers to parity: 100 years of women in ICAEW
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    As the centenary of the first woman to be admitted to ICAEW approaches, there is undoubtedly much to…
    Virus alert: Dangers of jumping to conclusions
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    By Professor Binna Kandola Co-founder and senior partner, Pearn Kandola “COLUMBUS sailed for India, / Found Salvador instead,…
    Self-isolating: How to manage a remote workforce successfully
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    Companies around the world are asking their staff to work from home as the coronavirus pandemic continues to…
    Self-isolation and Coronavirus: How to manage a remote workforce
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    Stuart Duff, Head of Development at workplace psychology consultancy, Pearn Kandola, comments about the psychological impacts of home working…
    Is Hiring Autistic Male Coders Neurodiversity Inclusion Or Exploitation?
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    As someone who has worked in disability inclusion for over twenty years, I have been inspired by deliberate…
    The ramifications of coronavirus for D&I
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    ‘Columbus sailed for India ‘Found Salvador instead ‘He shook hands with some Indians and soon they all were…
    Why literature still lacks diversity
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    We look to people like us as role models of what we can achieve. It’s one of the…
    The damaging psychological impact of constantly having to explain racism
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    Experiencing racism in your day-to-day life has a heavy and accumulative impact on your social, mental and emotional…
    What do you do if you hate your boss — and don’t want to quit?
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    It’s a tricky situation many employees have found themselves in. You’re in the perfect job and you enjoy…
    The Fawcett Society’s Sex and Power Index 2020: Are we making progress on gender equality?
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    It’s been over two years since the BBC revealed that its male employees earned, on average, 9% more…
    FTSE 350 ethnic diversity needs action not words following Parker Review
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    ​Seemingly ‘unambitious’ goals to boost ethnic diversity set by the Parker Review Committee in 2017 are still proving…
    I’ll tell you something: You can’t fix the gender pay gap without also fixing the ethnicity pay gap
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    It often feels as though the gender pay gap is the issue of our generation. It’s not a…
    Migrants face less discrimination than their adult children
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    The UK-born children of migrants feel they are more discriminated against than new migrants and are more likely…
    BAFTA Admits ‘Infuriating’ Lack of Diversity in Noms, Calls on Industry to Change
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    BAFTA bigwigs admitted disappointment at the all-white acting nominations unveiled Tuesday, and called on the industry to affect better…
    All I want for Christmas is resilience
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    Relying on the Christmas break to provide a window of relief – dragging ourselves across the finishing line…
    HRZone’s 10 most popular articles in 2019
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    1. Mental health at work: the rise of work separation anxiety The fact that our most popular article for…
    Does my team really want a Christmas party?
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    I remember reading a survey last year on the Christmas benefits that workers in the UK would most like to…
    Does my team really want a Christmas party?
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    I remember reading a survey last year on what Christmas benefits employees would most like to receive from…
    I’ve Spent £4,000 on Online Courses and I Still Feel Like a Fraud
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    I type my bank details in and wait for the confirmation email. As the initial wave of excitement…
    Naga Munchetty: Should the BBC entirely overturn complaint?
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    Dozens of distinguished black Britons, together with Sir Lenny Henry, actor Adrian Lester and Channel four information presenter…
    Why is it so difficult to call out racism?
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    TV information presenter Naga Munchetty has been reprimanded by the BBC for saying that Donald Trump’s feedback telling…
    Anger grows over BBC decision on Naga Munchetty complaint
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    Prominent black and ethnic minority figures have signed an open letter demanding that the BBC reconsider its decision to uphold…
    Anger grows over BBC decision on Naga Munchetty complaint
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    Prominent black and ethnic minority figures have signed an open letter demanding that the BBC reconsider its decision to uphold…
    The psychology of change: five useful tips for implementing and surviving change at work
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    By Stuart Duff, Head of Development, Pearn Kandola We are all under constant pressure to change, whether that’s changing…
    Over 50% Of Women Have Never Asked For A Pay Rise & Confidence May Play A Big Part
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    The gender pay gap is still showing little sign of improvement. While companies have much more to do…
    Should HR be responsible for learning and development?
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    For what seems like years now, there have been heated conversations among human resources (HR) professionals about their…
    How imposter syndrome and racism overlap
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    Workplace attitudes to race and lack of role models mean BAME individuals are more susceptible to imposter syndrome…
    Binna Kandola: Keeping track of racism mutations
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    by Professor Binna Kandola, co-founder and senior partner, Pearn Kandola “[RACISM] has been solved long ago.”  These are…
    Successful video communication. A Cisco / Pearn Kandola research report
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    The past twenty years have witnessed seismic changes in the way that organisations have grown. These changes have…
    Analysis of BAFTA Film Awards by Ethnicity & Gender
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    The analysis looked at the ethnicity and gender of nominees and winners in eleven BAFTA award categories: Best…
    Racism at Work Survey Results
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