Being an ally by recognising your privileged position and then supporting and including underrepresented groups creates a more inclusive workplace.
Insights on diversity and inclusion from ICAEW
Articles on D&I in the world of accountancy and the workplace can be found here.
Creating a culture of allyship is vital to building an inclusive organisation; senior leaders have an important role to play.
Neurodiverse team members can bring unique skills to an organisation. Simple daily actions will support these employees and allow managers to demonstrate allyship, as shown by a winning partnership in easyJet’s finance team.
Workplace mentoring schemes are well established as a tool to support career development. And with International Women’s Day on 8 March, we focus on their role in overcoming gender bias.
Ololade Adesanya of EY explains the range of policy initiatives that could be effective for driving and supporting diversity and inclusion in financial services.
Class pay gaps within your business are an important indicator of social inequality. Reporting them is essential if you’re serious about ensuring socioeconomic diversity at all levels
Everyone should understand the importance of inclusive language, be comfortable making genuine mistakes and feel able to speak out when something unacceptable is said.
Amid the current talent and skills shortage, business owners and recruiters may be tempted to panic hire to plug gaps. But this approach can risk dismantling efforts to build a diverse workforce.
The past 18 months have shone a light on the role that diversity, inclusion and belonging plays in organisations’ success. One ICAEW student is playing an important role.
Research shows that leaders have an exponential influence on an organisation’s ability to build inclusive cultures and work practices.