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18
Jun

HeForShe: Suki Sandhu | CEO & Founder, INvolve & Audeliss

Suki Sandhu is CEO and Founder of INvolve and Audeliss. Suki has worked in executive search for nearly ten years and is one of the UK’s leading specialists who is committed to helping businesses find diverse talent. He established Audeliss, a boutique executive search company in 2011. INvolve is a membership organisation championing diversity and...
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Yahoo Empower Lock-up 2019 featured
06
Jun

INvolve unveil their 2019 EMpower Ethnic Minority Role Model Lists

INvolve has unveiled their 2019 EMpower Ethnic Minority Role Model Lists, celebrating ethnic minority business leaders. Ajay Banga, CEO, MasterCard; Farah Siddiqui, Business Operations Manager, Salesforce; and Nick Owen, Chairman, Deloitte have all been recognised within this year’s lists. Supported by Yahoo Finance, the EMpower Ethnic Minority Role Model Lists celebrates business leaders breaking down...
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21
Mar

France leads the way for representation of women on boards

France leads the way for representation of women on boards, according to new research released today. The research, conducted by INvolve found that women make up 40 per cent of company boards in France, compared with only 29 per cent and 26 per cent for the UK and US respectively. The research also found that...
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01
Mar

UK companies call for mandatory ethnicity pay gap reporting

Almost a year since companies were required to report on the gender pay gap, fifteen companies have today signed a commitment to work towards mandatory ethnicity pay gap reporting and encourage other businesses to do so as well. Signatories include the Bank of England, Deloitte, KPMG, WPP, Santander, Lloyds of London, Sodexo and EY. The...
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16
Apr

Gender pay gap data is everywhere – but what have businesses learnt from it?

How do you know how valued you are in a workplace? Well, money is a good place to start. And if this week’s flurry of gender pay gap reports are anything to go by, in the UK we do not value the hard work of women nearly as much as that of men. We value...
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