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New workplace disabililty inclusion initiative from The Valuable 500

Women Still Face Significant Gender Bias In The UK Workplace As Pay Gap Grows

A report from the Royal Statistical Society has been published which has found that women still face a significant gender bias in the UK workplace.

Top five predictions for Diversity & Inclusion in 2019

When it comes to diversity and inclusion (D&I), this year saw great strides made in moving the needle on how businesses not only talk about D&I with their employees, but how they are proactively acting on it to ensure business success.

Fostering a vibrant and nurturing workplace with the Gender Pay report

Girls in ICT day. Ada Lovelace Day. International Women’s Day.

‘The girls are not alright’ – utilising the UK’s full talent pool

Wherever you look and whatever you read, we’re being told the same thing: with the skills gap costing our economy £63 billion a year, STEM and digital skills are essential to the UK’s future growth, both within technology firms and across virtually all other sectors.

From high value target to smart ninja: The do’s and don’ts of organisational cyber security

Always on the look-out for sizeable data sources they can compromise, cyber attackers are creative and resourceful individuals who often strike when least expected. For example, weekends are one of their favourite times, when incident response time is minimised by people not being at work, such as in the case of WannaCry in May this year. Equally, we’ve seen many businesses believed to be ‘safe’ at the centre of a cyber attack stories.

Edinburgh is one of the UK’s leading #tech hubs sustaining the competitiveness of the UK economy

It’s been announced that Edinburgh is one of the UK’s leading tech hubs, with digital jobs growth rocketing by three times the national average.

Girls closing the gender gap in science and tech #GCSEResults2019

It’s been announced that following the GCSE results, girls are closing the gender gap in science and tech with girls particularly performing better in maths and physics than in previous years.

Worryingly large divide in tech workforce outside of the capital #FutureofWork

This morning (22 Aug) Accenture announced that the UK currently has 422,000 professionals with skills in emerging technologies including data analytics, artificial intelligence #AI, and quantum computing but a large 37% (155,000) are based in London.

90 per cent of organisations admit their staff lack digital skills #BridgingtheDigitalDivide

Today (24 Jun)  the Open University launched a new report looking at the impact of digital transformation on the workforce. The report, Bridging the Digital Divide found that nearly 90 per cent of organisations admit their staff lack digital skills.


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