Guidance & Policy

HR policy can often develop into a rigid set of rules that constrain innovation when ideally, an approach where managers are trained and have discretion within a simplified set of policies, is likely to result in more successful organisation and more included staff.

HR policies give a very important message to managers and staff about how the employer wants them to interact with each other, what the business values and how the psychological and legal contract should operate.

If we can assist with development of a suite of inclusive policies, please contact us on:

020 7803 0689

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    By Rosie Clarke, Senior Diversity and Inclusion consultant

    The menopause is an event that will affect all of us (yes that includes you cis-men), it could be directly or indirectly, a partner, colleague or friend.

  • The highs and lows of race equality on one sleepy October Sunday

    By Gemma Parmar - Inclusion and Diversity Consultant

  • Why does this gap persist and what can be done to remedy it?

    According to the Fawcett Society, a gender equality charity, discrimination, despite its illegality, still endures in many organisations, whereby women are paid less than men for the same work.

  • Why Everyday Inclusion?

    A few people have asked us why we’re running with Everyday Inclusion, what does it mean?

    So, apart from the obvious link to our objective of making inclusion an everyday reality in all workplaces, we sat down and chewed over why we were focusing on everyday reality.