Why corporate transparency is giving new impetus to diversity and inclusion

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Many left it to the last minute, with analysis from People Management magazine suggesting that just 15% of employers published their data in the 11 months leading up to April’s deadline, more than 1,500 releasing their reports in the final 24 hours, and a further 1,500 organisations failing to publish their pay gaps in time. Whenever you have a particular focus on a particular group, there’s always a risk that you stop thinking about true inclusion and diversity”.

New Beginnings

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He has written books, white papers, speeches, and B2B film scripts. He is also editor of The Global Recruiter magazine. Kent is going to offer our readers a very valuable local perspective that the magazine has been lacking in the past. By Debbie Bolla.

3 lessons from Google’s HR policies

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Best Company to Work for” by both Fortune magazine and the Great Place to Work Institute a total of 7 times. By adopting this scientific approach to its processes; from improving employee retention, workplace collaboration, diversity, to hiring algorithms which indicate which prospective candidate has the highest probability to succeed at Google. If you would like to learn more about how to evolve the culture of your organisation, then download this white paper.