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No quick fixes for fair recruitment

November 05 2018

Joy Warmington and Roger Kline question the continued lack of diversity in the recruitment processes of large organisations

GST XIV – Where Resilience Meets Disruption

October 29 2018

Middlesex University’s Andy Bossom shares some insights from the recent Consalia Global Sales Transformation Conference

Networking for women in the workplace

October 05 2018

Angela Griffiths, Ambassador for Corporate Engagement at Middlesex University, reflects on the importance of women’s networks in the professional world

The Unreported YIMBY

September 07 2018

Dr Siân Stephens investigates the idea that no one wants a wind farm or a coal mine ‘spoiling’ their local landscape

Protecting women migrant workers’ SRH in Malaysia

July 23 2018

Dr Lilian Miles shares details of her recent project, funded by the United Nations Gender Theme Group, in which she developed a toolkit to advance the rights of migrant women working in Malaysia.

Is conflict declining in employment relations?

June 19 2018

Dr Ian Roper examines the decline in strike action over recent years in the UK and asks whether it indicates a more harmonious employment environment.

More business organisations are turning Teal

February 23 2018

Dr Tim Evans and Dr Sarah Morris outline the next stage in organisational evolution and how it will change the way we work

Are corporate psychopaths really successful?

December 15 2017

Professor Clive Boddy shares some insight from his extensive research in corporate psychopaths and their impact on colleagues and organisations

Power in numbers

November 20 2017

Professor Anne Daguerre discusses her Fulbright-Schuman experience at George Mason University in Washington, D.C.

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A suitable case for treatment

April 06 2017

NHS equality expert Roger Kline on the disproportionate referrals of BME nurses and midwives to the Nursing and Midwifery Council

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