KPMG's history in addressing its diversity and inclusion challenges has been well documented over the years, and four years ago it published stretch targets for gender, sexuality, race and disability.
Having retained its Investors in People Gold Standard award, L&Q continues to offer a fantastic learning and development suite of courses for its staff, both internally and externally.
Like other firms of its calibre, Deloitte faces the challenge of ensuring its women advance into leadership at an equal rate to men and retaining females when they get to particular stages in [...]
For IBM, the next phase of diversity moves beyond hiring practices and safeguarding employees, to creating an innovative, integrated business through inclusion.
By 2030 the EDF Energy aims to have 37% women across its entire UK workforce, with at least 35% represented in management and senior leadership.
Capgemini took the approach to make diversity a community problem and launched Active Inclusion, aiming to its workforce understand why it’s in their interest to change.
Simmons & Simmons is banking on sponsorships to provide access to real work opportunities for female colleagues.
CBI director-general Carolyn Fairbairn has called on businesses to work harder to create more diverse and inclusive workplaces.