We’re celebrating diversity this April, so we interviewed myRecruiter’s Tom Beastall to find out how myRecruiter’s diversity analytics can be used to predict, promote and enforce workplace diversity.
The workplace is a microcosm of the macrocosm - the part reflecting the whole - and the wider changes in society in terms of diversity are being mirrored there. That's why companies need to build a genuine culture of diversity in the workplace.
At a recent International Women's Day Event in Chester, hosted by the Women's Leaders Association, Executive Director Alistair Haigh presented a masterclass on negotiation.
Rather than being regarded a tag-on to HR, businesses are starting to view Learning and Development as a separate entity that deserves investment. We interview our consultant Natalie Riley about this trend.
Rullion recently joined Inclusive Employers to sponsor an International Women's Day event, arranged by Northern Hive. Attendees included Jacqui Gavin from the Department for International Trade, Glen Willie from Great Western Railway, Caroline Pullich from Barclays, and Tracy Brabin, MP for Batley.
The first Industrial Revolution brought steam power; the second, electricity; and the third, computerisation. The fourth promises just as much, if not more innovation and introduces us to the fascinating world of AI, cyber-physical systems, the Internet of Things and the Internet of Systems.
Engineering can be an extremely varied career with prospects in many different directions - for both men and women. Rullion spoke to Stewart Watkins, manager of Delkia, an electrical power and automation business.