How do we address gender inequality in the workplace?

  On International Women’s Day there is one certainty every year; the question of why we NEED a Women’s Day at all in 2019? However, the facts are stark. Key sectors including tech, engineering and science are still overwhelmingly male dominated. Added to that, women are still paid less than men and underrepresented in the… Read More

The Power of the Partnership Approach 

Do you value your ‘people’, but use and abuse your contractors and suppliers? Why does that matter? In the nineteenth century organisations commonly believed that the command and control approach was the only way to manage people; business was no place for emotion. Employees were treated as little more than slaves by their employers and were worked as long and as… Read More

How to make your Recruitment Business stand out from the Crowd

Recruiters don’t always have the best reputation. There are thousands of recruitment companies out there, all competing for the best candidates and the commission for placing them. But too many focus on slotting as many people as possible into roles without worrying about whether that’s right for the person or the recruiting organisation. If this… Read More

Virtual Reality in Education

Think back to when you were learning about dinosaurs at school. Now imagine, instead of reading a book about them, you could walk with them and completely immerse yourself in their environment. With virtual reality making its way into schools, this kind of learning is not far off.  As a comms agency that has worked… Read More

Gender Diversity: Why actions speak louder than words

This month, Legal and General Investment Management took the bold step of launching the L&G Future World Gender in Leadership UK Index Fund, AKA ‘The GIRL’ fund, which will favour companies with the best record in gender diversity. The fund will rank companies based on four different measures, including the number of women on the… Read More