Does the Bank of England do enough in terms of diversity and inclusion?

Bank of England

Does the Bank of England do enough in terms of diversity and inclusion? A committee made up of members of parliament have criticised the Bank of England and the slow growth in minority representation, stating that there is little evidence that the ‘gap’ is closing.   Recently the Bank of England has faced criticism with… Continue reading

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Migration in the UK falls to ten year low

migration

Migration in the UK falls to ten year low   Within the UK migration from the European Union (EU) has dropped to the lowest point in a decade. Recently released figures have indicated the lack of migration and has created the call to action for employers to develop methods to retain European talent.   A… Continue reading

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Legal time table | Upcoming changes

national minimum wage

Changes to the national minimum wage/statutory rates On April 1st 2019, the national minimum wage is set to change, with those eligible of receiving the national living wage seeing an increase of 4.9% from £7.83 to £8.21.   The increase is set the hand the average full-time worker a £690 annual pay increase.  It has… Continue reading

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Hundreds of UK firm’s gender pay gap increases

gender pay gap

In a report done by the BBC it has been discovered that four in ten companies state that their gender pay gap has increased since the last time that they published it.   In the research conducted by the BBC it was the company’s median pay gap that was analysed. The median pay gap is… Continue reading

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Mental Wellbeing in the Workplace

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“ Clients do not come first. Employees come first. If you take care of your employees, they will take care of your clients “   Sir Richard Branson   Since setting up Sequoia Health 18 months ago, I have read several books from Entrepreneurs across various industries, however, this quote from Sir Richard Branson above… Continue reading

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