Blog: Diversity and Inclusion

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Celebrating Women in Business

Article by Global Head of Marketing, Jenny Wood I started writing this with a list of facts and topics about International Women’s Day. The history starting in 1911, the reminder to fight for gender-neutral language, the struggle for women in the workplace, unconscious bias, and keeping female talent in middle management and beyond. I released…


Interview: Sachin Shah shares tips on how to make your interview process more inclusive

In our latest Diversity and Inclusion interview, we spoke to Sachin Shah, a Chief Technology Officer (CTO) who was born and raised in Mumbai, India. Sachin started his Technology career as a Software Engineer and progressed from Engineering Manager to Senior Architect to CTO. He’s worked with a diverse range of colleagues and clients in…


When is Black History Month and why is it celebrated?

October marks Black History Month in the UK, the Netherlands, and Ireland (USA and Canada observe Black History Month in February).   In the UK, the month was founded in 1987 to recognise and celebrate the contributions and achievements that Black people have contributed to society in art, music, science and lots more over many generations.  However, due to racial injustice these achievements are often missed out of history books or brushed over in school lessons. Black History Month…


How to promote equality and diversity in the workplace

Equality and diversity in the workplace is a process of preventing discrimination against minorities in your workforce under nine characteristics.


Interview with Jo Major, Diversity in Recruitment on how the recruitment industry can improve its diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts

In our latest Diversity and Inclusion interview, we speak to Jo Major, Founder of consultancy, Diversity in Recruitment. Jo has worked in the recruitment industry for over 21 years. After working in recruitment billing for 17 years, she moved over to Learning & Development (L&D). It was during this time that she was inspired by…


Interview with Amy Gómez, Klick Health – Why data and employee inclusion are key to creating an effective DE&I strategy

In our latest Diversity and Inclusion interview, we speak to Amy Gómez, Senior Vice President, Diversity Strategy at Klick Health. Amy has been a cross-cultural marketer for over 25 years and is experienced with using data and insights to form marketing strategies for multicultural consumers. She also spearheads Klick’s DE&I Council focused on achieving the…


How to create an inclusive culture in a start-up

Organisational cultures are a vital aspect within any organisation, defining how the company and its people operate and interact with each other to achieve their goals. However, creating an inclusive culture is no easy feat, especially in a start-up environment with constantly shifting priorities. For the latest instalment of our Diversity and Inclusion interview series,…


Interview: Lateesha Osbourne, The Diversity Trust on how to encourage conversations about race at work and attract diverse talent

The global pandemic and the unlawful death of George Floyd last year triggered a change in diversity, equality and inclusion conversations in the workplace, changing the focus to race. In this interview, we speak to Lateesha Osbourne about how the Black Lives Matter protests changed the conversation around race and equality in the workplace, what…


Interview: Ruby Kite on how to know if an employer is diverse and inclusive

For many job seekers, it is important that they join a business that shares the same values as them. But how can you determine whether or not the company you are applying for is a diverse and inclusive employer? In this interview, we speak to Ruby Kite, Talent, People and Culture Manager at award-winning PR…


What does intersectional feminism look like in the workplace?

Few would dare contest that women have come a long way since the USA’s first women’s rights convention in New York, demanding civil, social, political, and religious rights for women in 1848. The first International Women’s Day in 1911, that saw more than one million people across Europe fight for women’s labour rights and enfranchisement.…


Women… know your place!

Blog post by Emma Lowman, Practice Manager, London Before getting started on this blog I first want to apologise. Apologise for what might seem like ANOTHER blog about ‘women in tech’, ‘women’s rights’, ‘equality’ and ‘girl power’. The truth is, I think we are all sick and tired of reading the same spiel about diversity…


Interview with Sasha Scott CEO and Founder of Inclusive Group

For our latest instalment of our Diversity and Inclusion interview series, we were pleased to speak with Sasha Scott, CEO and Founder of Inclusive Group, one of the top 10 diversity companies in the Global Diversity List 2020. Sasha Scott is an expert in diversity, bias, inclusivity and managing psychological health. Sasha’s reputation has grown…


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