Posts Tagged: work

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Twitter to work with LGBT rights group in bid to tackle homophobic abuse

Written By: Nick Duffy    10/2/16 Twitter has created a new ‘safety’ board of organisations intended to tackle the problem of hate speech on th...
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You will NOT believe the best place to work in Britain if you’re gay or lesbian…

Written By: Scott Campbell  19/1/16 Spy service MI5 was named on as the best employer for LGBT people in a nationwide workplace equality index, follo...
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Racial Harassment at Work On the Rise in U.K.

Written By: Sangeeta Haindl  7/1/16 The Race at Work, a report from Business in the Community, is the largest ever survey of race issues at work....
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Stonewall: less than half of LGB staff comfortable being “out” at work

Written By: Andrew Page 4/12/15 Stonewall, the LGBT charity, held its Workplace Conference today at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre. Wi...
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We must work together to fight discrimination

Written By: Jonathan Fogerty  21/11/15 This year marks two decades since the introduction of the Disability Discrimination Act, a landmark piece of ...
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Why we need to talk about race discrimination at work

Written By: Matt Gingell  16/11/15 We need to talk about race issues at work. We’ve been talking a lot about gender and age. Now it’s time to t...
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Industry must work ‘to get more women into engineering’

  Written By: Rachel Morgan      13/11/15 Northern Ireland’s economy must attract more women into careers in engineering and technology...
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More than 30% of employees have seen racism at work

Written By: Oliver Griffin  10/11/15 Almost a third (32%) of all black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) employees have witnessed or experienced rac...
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JAN Trust vital work

The autumn period is always a time for evaluation at JAN Trust. It is indeed at this time of the year that we look back to our successful programmes ...
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Yorkshire social enterprise helping Women to Work

A Yorkshire-based duo is helping support women and companies looking to boost gender diversity in business. Emma Shute and Jenny Pollock, co-founders ...