Manchester United has become the UK’s first football club to partner with leading lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) charity, Stonewall.
The ground-breaking initiative will see the club work alongside Stonewall, helping to tackle LGBT issues in sport and society,
More than 770,000 high earners now work part-time, according to a report that shows how employers are becoming more open to using job shares in senior roles.
The number of part-time staff on salaries over £40,000 has increased by 5.7%
On Friday 27 January 2017 we held our Aurora Launch event for this year’s participants in the Aurora Leadership programme. The event was well attended by participants, mentors and alumni and guest speakers.
The event was opened by Anna Radley
The university was extremely proud to hear the results of this year’s index coming 82nd on the list, maintaining our Top 100 position of last year.
Our LGBT+ Staff Network also won the ‘Network of the Year’ award, an amazing
Boys receive £2.20 more pocket money a week than girls, a survey has found, suggesting the gender pay gap starts early and in the home.
Boys aged five to 16 get on average £10.70 a week made up from pocket
New guidelines from
Girlguiding state that transgender children and leaders are welcome in the organisation in a move to support anyone who identifies as a girl or woman.
The 107-year-old organisation now officially opens its doors to those who were
The government must enforce the law to ban sexist dress rules at work that discriminate against women, MPs say. Their report follows the experience of London receptionist Nicola Thorp, who was sent home from work in December 2015 for not
Premier League clubs are prioritising finance over improving access and should face legal action if they fail to meet the needs of disabled fans, according to a new report.
Several clubs including Liverpool, Chelsea and Watford are likely to miss
Clare Hollingworth was the war correspondent who broke the news that German troops were poised to invade Poland at the start of World War Two.
She went on to report on conflicts across the world but it was that moment
Journalists Matthew Syed and Alyson Rudd debate whether the wages of top athletes should be based on the sport’s popularity or if there should be more equality. More
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