Last week [3 Jan], the Bank of England appointed two new external members to its Financial Policy Committee. The addition of Colette Bowe and Jayne-Anne Gadhia marks another milestone on the road to gender equality in Britain. But a critical examination of recent gender diversity reveals it has been asymmetrically distributed along racial lines, with women of colour and black women, in particular, left behind.
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By Ahmed Sule
Source: Financial Times
Making everyday work easier for people is one of the fundamentals of Hiab’s Employees First culture. In this article Hiab’s CHRO shares how they are striving to enable their employees to do an even better job through an easier work environment.
Businesses across the world are forecast to spend more than $15.4 billion on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI)-related efforts by 2026. But progress on DEI is slow and in order to accelerate change worldwide we need greater clarity on what works, and what does not. The Global Parity Alliance’s DEI Lighthouse report outlines five success factors across initiatives that had the most sustained impact.
In this episode of the Borderless Executive Podcast, Dr. Catherine Koini and Andrew Kris share their personal experiences and insights on living and working abroad as internationally mobile executives. From managing stress and anxiety, to adapting to a new culture.