Published on 17 August 2011 by the EHRC, ‘Sex & Power 2011’ shows a continuing trend of women being passed over for top jobs in Britain.
The ‘Work and Mental Health’ section of the Royal College of Psychiatrists website provides information for workers, employers, clinicians and carers.
The 30% Club is a group of chairmen voluntarily committed to bringing more women onto UK corporate boards.
‘Race to Progress: Breaking Down Barriers’ investigates the levels of ambition among British workers from a BAME background and reveals the barriers preventing them from achieving those ambitions.
TAEN has collaborated with the AARP, the largest US membership organisation for people aged 50+, to produce a UK version of their Workforce Assessment Tool.
On 11 July 2011, the EHRC announced its application to intervene at the European Court of Human Rights in four cases involving religious discrimination in the workplace.
Published in 2011 by Stonewall, ‘Straight Allies. How to help create gay-friendly workplaces’ covers the critical role straight people play in creating gay-friendly workplaces.
The interim report of the High Pay Commission ‘More for Less: what has happened to pay at the top and does it matter?’ was published in May 2011.
In April 2011, the Equality and Diversity Forum responded to the Government consultation on ‘Resolving workplace disputes’.
In March 2011, TAEN published guidance for employers and employees on working without a fixed retirement age.