Practical guide for Race at Work Charter signatories

14 April 2021

A new report from the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities concludes that, while the UK is not yet a “post-racial country”, its successes “should be regarded as a model for other white-majority countries".

Retailers pledge to improve diversity and inclusion

9 April 2021

Over 50 leading retailers have signed up to a Diversity and Inclusion charter, led by the British Retail Consortium (BRC), and pledged to take decisive action to improve diversity practices across the retail industry.

Unions claim that employment law is failing to keep pace with AI

8 April 2021

A new report — carried out for the TUC by employment rights lawyers from the AI Law Consultancy — argues that there are huge gaps in British law and it is failing to keep pace with the rapid expansion of AI (Artificial Intelligence) in the workplace.

How to support employees suffering domestic abuse

14 January 2021

Following the publication of the Government’s final report from its Review into Workplace Support for Victims of Domestic Abuse, Business Minister Paul Scully has written an open letter to employers offering guidance on how they can support survivors.