Did you know that women employed in traditionally male -dominated occupations such as medicine have higher rates of suicide than other employed women?
Autumn 2021 Article
As a society we are increasingly becoming reliant on digital technology. Never has this been highlighted more than during the recent pandemic, as more of us have worked or studied from home. But it has also emphasized that there can be barriers to accessing and using technology as a result of health and disability issues. …
The recently published new global standard for psychological health and safety in the workplace aims to provide clear guidance to employers on managing mental health at work.
In the 18th and early 19th century, statisticians and scientists believed that white people were at the top of the hierarchy and social order and “minority” racial groups were both biologically inferior and barriers to progress.
Less than 20% say their workplace provided information about menopause, only 10.2% said their workplace had a menopause policy or guidance and 77% would have liked more information about menopause at work
A group of workshops took place with individuals who declared hidden disabilities, as a safe space to talk about their experiences and this article provides a background as well as an overview of the insights produced.
With the Government recent release of the National Disability Strategy, it has never been more pertinent for businesses to develop inclusivity strategies for disabled employees.
Equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) is very pertinent and timely topic today especially over the last 16 months or so with the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic which has also brought a number of EDI related issues to light
Christina won the British LGBT Awards in 2017 and has received numerous rewards for her diversity work