Nationwide Building Society
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Author: Rupert Jones, Guardian (UK)
"Ikea adopts the living wage for UK staff in 'massive breakthrough'", 20 Jul 2015...
Author: Onrec (UK)
everywoman...welcomes the Women’s Business Council’s report launched today (Tuesday, 4 June 2012), outlining recommendations to Government aimed at increasing the role women play in business and the workplace. Karen Gill, co-founder of everywoman,...
Author: Tom Newcombe, HR Magazine [UK]
Global management consultancy firm Accenture has been named the most 'gay-friendly' employer in Britain by lesbian, gay and bisexual charity, Stonewall's annual top 100 Workplace Equality Index 2013...Olly Benzecry, senior managing director of...
[PDF] full report: "The Banks and Society: Rebuilding Trust – social, ethical and environmental concerns"
Author: Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility (ECCR)
This report discusses…issues arising as an indirect consequence of the way banks do business – such as concerns about negative environmental and human rights outcomes, corruption and developing country debt…[B]anks have a responsibility to ensure as...
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Author: Stefan Stern, Financial Times
In the UK, a campaign is under way to abolish the default retirement age of 65 and a government review on the question has been brought forward…Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes: An end to mandated retirement would enable older adults to gain more control over...
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The [Workplace Equality] Index measures 20 criteria covering policy and practice—from having a non-discrimination policy promoted to all staff that includes sexual orientation to...supporting a lesbian and gay employee network group...On 17 January...
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