Posted in Executive Briefs

UK Sport and Sport England told to continue push for boardroom equality

This post was originally published on this site Women now account for 40 per cent of top executives at sporting bodies after a dramatic drive…

Continue Reading UK Sport and Sport England told to continue push for boardroom equality
Posted in Executive Briefs

Bullying: A quarter of all LGBT people have been targeted at work

This post was originally published on this site Almost a quarter of LGBT+ people around the world have experienced bullying in the workplace, a new…

Continue Reading Bullying: A quarter of all LGBT people have been targeted at work
Posted in Executive Briefs

How Diverse Are Your Friends?

This post was originally published on this site How can we calculate access to diversity? Here’s one way. Chief Operating Officer’s insight: Diversity – Inclusion – Equality – Acceptance See it…

Continue Reading How Diverse Are Your Friends?
Posted in Executive Briefs

4 tips to help your company encourage more diversity and inclusion

This post was originally published on this site There are many ways you can encourage more diversity and inclusion in your organisation as we head…

Continue Reading 4 tips to help your company encourage more diversity and inclusion
Posted in Executive Briefs

Why Luxury Fashion Brands Need Chief Diversity Officers –

This post was originally published on this site A look at why it’s important for luxury fashion brands like Chanel, Gucci, Prada and Burberry to…

Continue Reading Why Luxury Fashion Brands Need Chief Diversity Officers –
Posted in Executive Briefs

Richard Stallman resigns from MIT after comments about Epstein’s victims

This post was originally published on this site Free software advocate scientist Richard Stallman has resigned from his position at MIT’s CSAIL following his comments…

Continue Reading Richard Stallman resigns from MIT after comments about Epstein’s victims
Posted in Executive Briefs

Interview with Malika Khodja on Women in 3D Printing

This post was originally published on this site Malika Khodja Malika Khodja talks about the importance of women in 3D printing and what has to…

Continue Reading Interview with Malika Khodja on Women in 3D Printing
Posted in Executive Briefs

Misinformation researcher awarded for article on the roots of fact-checking 

This post was originally published on this site “Boundaries Not Drawn: Mapping the institutional roots of the global fact-checking movement” was written by Lucas Graves,…

Continue Reading Misinformation researcher awarded for article on the roots of fact-checking 
Posted in Executive Briefs

Is Everyone Who Opposes a New School Zoning Plan in Brooklyn Racist? –

This post was originally published on this site “Controlled choice” is supposed to fix inequality in New York public schools. It will probably make everything…

Continue Reading Is Everyone Who Opposes a New School Zoning Plan in Brooklyn Racist? –
Posted in Executive Briefs

Another key employee activist is leaving Google amid claims of burnout and ‘retaliation,’ but says the ‘movement is strong’

This post was originally published on this site Irene Knapp announced their departure on Monday, saying they “believe retaliation occurred” and that they “just can’t…

Continue Reading Another key employee activist is leaving Google amid claims of burnout and ‘retaliation,’ but says the ‘movement is strong’