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Championing the Rights of Non-Binary and Transgender Employees

All LGBTQ+ people are protected from discrimination in the workplace under the Equality Act, which employers have a legal obligation to uphold. In this video, Liz Ward, Director of Programmes at Stonewall, shares some simple changes that can be made by employers and colleagues to make workplaces more inclusive for trans and non-binary employees.

Gender at Work: Women on NHS Boards, Working Towards 50:50

Fiona Edwards from the Surrey and Border Partnership NHS Foundation Trust spoke to us about the presence of women on NHS Boards.

How King’s College London are Supporting Female STEM Students

Women are underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and maths, across all levels of education and employment. King’s College London is taking a multi-faceted approach to change this.

Gender at Work: Barriers and Solutions for Gender Equality in the Workplace

Felicia Willow spoke at the Achieving Gender Equality in the Workplace Conference, 2021 about the current barriers and solutions for gender equality in the workplace.

The Reshaping the Future of Women In Business Conference in Conversation with Louise Prachard

Louise Prachard engages in conversation about the future of women in business.

Championing Trans, Non-Binary and Non-Gender Employees within the Workplace

Around 5% of the UK population falls under the umbrella term of trans; 1% being trans-binary, 4% being trans-non-binary. In this case study we’ll look at fostering an inclusive and welcoming culture for trans, non-binary, and non-gender employees within the workplace.

The Hampton-Alexander Review: Defining Progress for Women in Leadership

The Hampton-Alexander Review is a business-led framework for improving gender diversity at work. This article will consider the progress of women in leadership roles recorded by the Hampton-Alexander Review.

The Impact of Covid-19 on BAME Women

Research from the Fawcett Society demonstrating specific disproportionalities to do with employment, anxiety, debt and childcare.

How Can We Encourage Men to Interrupt Sexism at Work?

We can’t rely on individuals alone to dismantle sexism; we must also change the fabric of our organisations. This article will outline what prevents men from speaking up against sexism at work and how this can be tackled.

Being a Gender Champion in your Workplace

A quick guide on being a workplace gender champion from the EHRC and Working Families.

Sue Liburd Discusses the Women at Work Agenda

We interviewed Sue Liburd, an award-winning businesswoman, mentor, leadership strategist, and chair of several senior business leadership forums on the progress needed to advance the women at work agenda.

The Westminster Way: Improving Diversity and Inclusion

In this case study, Director of People Services at the City of Westminster, Lee Witham, discussed ‘The Westminster Way’ initiative, aimed at reducing the disparities experienced by female and ethnic minority employees.

How Can We Support Aspiring Female Leaders?

Gender stereotypes are responsible for a large majority of workplace bias. This article explores the perceived barriers to women's progression and the support that employers can provide.

Women in Public Sector Leadership: Achieving Equal Representation of Women in Power and Decision Making

Sam Smethers, Chief Executive of The Fawcett Society, spoke at Women in Public Sector Leadership 2020. She discussed what should be done to achieve equal representation for women.

Women in Public Sector Leadership: Key Factors That Facilitate and Catalyse Inclusion in the Workplace

Nuzhat Ali, Chair of the Civil Service Muslim Network spoke about the factors for success in creating inclusive workplaces at Women in Public Sector Leadership 2020.

Women in Public Sector Leadership: How the Environment Agency set up Networks For Women

Staff networks are a recognised way of empowering minority groups and changing culture in the workplace Claire Bell of the Environment Agency discussed her experience of setting up a staff network for women.

Women in Public Sector Leadership: Harnessing Emotional Intelligence to Communicate Effectively and Manage Conflict

Katherine Graham is Co-Founder and Chair of the Board of Directors of CMP Resolutions, spoke at Women in Public Sector Leadership 2020 about harnessing emotional intelligence to communicate effectively and manage conflict.

The Successes of Oracle Women’s Leadership Initiative

Oracle Women’s Leadership is an initiative that unites employees for the empowerment of women. This case study examines how Oracle has worked towards creating an inclusive workplace culture.

Evidence Backed Actions to Close the Gender Pay Gap

A GEO and BI Team document on reducing the gender pay gap and improving gender equality in organisations.
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