A gender pay gap that’s nearly 15%! We've still got a long way to go in the UK. Find out why your organisation would benefit from closing the gender pay gap. With expert commentary from Lead5050’s founder, explore the advantages of making leadership teams more gender-balanced.
Jo needs better support for her back while she’s working from home – she works from her daughter’s bedroom. Here she shares her experience of choosing an ergonomic chair and getting it set up for her by an expert at her home.
A career in EDI could be fascinating, rewarding and challenging in equal measure. Read these interviews with two trailblazers in the emerging field of equality, diversity and inclusion.
At home, how do you break up your working day? Do you move between sitting and standing and get moving? Meet some of the UK homeworkers who stand up for periods throughout the day to work, in a bid to be less sedentary for better health and wellbeing.
"I didn’t know that I was neurodiverse and had ADHD." Vikki's ADHD does impact her at work but she’s discovered ways of working that bring out her best. Read about the reasonable adjustments that can enable neurodiverse people to excel in their jobs.
Check out the results from a fascinating new survey of hundreds of UK homeworkers and get an insight into people’s working from home habits. How many people have enough space to work from home comfortably? Explore the findings…
Are you calling your face-to-face working days at the office ‘anchor days’? Hear from three business leaders on their approaches to teamwork and how important they see human connection and community to be at work.
Employers have a legal duty to make reasonable adjustments to support people with dyslexia and other neurodiversities in the workplace. Meet David who has found highly effective strategies to manage his dyslexia at work, and hear his story from his dyslexia diagnosis to today.
Let’s look at the views of different parties engaged in the office working vs working from home debate. Some organisations are encouraging or indeed requiring a major return to the office for an increased number of days in the week. How is everyone feeling?
The opportunity for many of us to work from home long term is a significant change to our family dynamics. Has the age-old dilemma of wanting stimulating, enjoyable, well-paid work as well as precious time with our children been partially resolved by the advent of remote working?