Editor’s note: Analyst Josh Bersin this week published a research report on the current state of diversity and inclusion. The data shows there is a long way to go to build diverse and inclusive organisations. It also shows the approaches organisations are using that are having a positive impact.
Editor’s note: This research of organisational approaches to diversity and inclusion explores whether employers’ current focus on D&I is a momentary thing or something bigger – a movement for change.
Editor’s note: Let’s hope the recovery – when it comes – will be based on equality and accessibility. The principles laid out in this article apply to all employers and will focus thinking on creating inclusive workplaces.
Remote working and disabled employees – How a pandemic brought a long-standing issue to the forefront of the conversation
Editor’s note: Whilst working from home has benefited many disabled employees, employers need to reflect on what accessibility and inclusivity mean from here on. There is an opportunity to create new working practices that are more inclusive and accessible. Will organisations take it?
Editor’s note: When is a space safe enough to be able to talk? Christine Locher shares some pointers on creating safe spaces for conversations.
Our ninth barcamp event was held on 12 February 2020. As with previous events it…
On 12 February we will be running our Learning Technologies barcamp event. It takes place…
Editor’s note: The author of this article argues that to create inclusive workplaces employers need to shift the focus of their diversity and and inclusion efforts.
“L&D can’t hold the responsibility for the expectations around learning” – a review of the Charity Learning Consortium conference 2019
Editor’s note: Our review of the Charity learning Consortium Conference, held in London on 14 November 2019.
Editor’s note: Here are eight research-backed approaches to improving diversity and inclusion in your organisation.
Editor’s note: This research report from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development carried out a literature review in order to answer the following three questions. They are: What is inclusion and what impact does it have on workplace outcomes? How can organisations assess inclusion? Which behaviours, practices and organisational values build workplace inclusion? This is required reading if you are interested in building an inclusive workplace.