- Why does monitoring the socio-economic background of your #employees matter? @SocialMobilityF explains here: https://t.co/F26WR5zTaf
Below are links to well-established professional organisations and websites offering information and advice on HR, Diversity, Inclusion and Wellbeing policies.
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The CIPD website has a wealth of information and resources on all HR topics including employment law and wellbeing.
It has dedicated Community Discussion Forums covering Wellbeing and Employment Law, Policies and Procedure.
Access to some information and forums is restricted to CIPD members only.
The ACAS website contains information, guidance and resources on all employment topics including employment law, wellbeing and equality.
The workplace campaigns at Business in the Community, a not-for-profit organisation, are committed to ensuring that age, gender, race and wellbeing do not limit an employee’s engagement and success in the workplace.
Contains the latest employment policies and publications from the Government.
This website provides free information about employment rights legislation in the UK.
City HR provides information, research and events on HR issues facing city firms. Some information contained on their website is for members only.
Diversity UK is a think tank to research, advocate and promote new ideas for improving diversity and inclusion in Britain. Their website contains useful articles and information about equality, diversity and discrimination as well as listings of equality organisations and networks.
Stonewall offer workplace resources, research publications and policy advice to help organisations become more inclusive towards LGBT employees.
A networking and advocacy group for professionals who identify as trans*, their friends and supporters. They aim to transform the standing, openness and wellbeing of trans* professionals and the companies for which they work.
A diversity organisation which supports and promotes workplace and community networks. They aim to champion diversity and inclusion initiatives across the UK via their award-winning website, social media channels, events and magazine.
Set up by Carers UK, Employers for Carers is a membership organisation providing advice, resources and lunch and learn sessions for employers on the subject of supporting carer employees.
SEO London is a not-for-profit organisation that prepares students from ethnic minority or low socioeconomic backgrounds for career success. They work with 50+ firms in the city across Investment Banking, Law, Consulting, Engineering, and Creative Industries, helping companies improve diversity in the workplace through access to their students and the sharing of best practice.
The aim of the AFF is to define the business value of workforce agility in supporting the competitiveness of UK plc and provide the leadership and practical support required to increase agile working practices across UK plc. Their website provides a range of toolkits, case studies and research to help organisations embed fully agile working.
CALM is an award-winning charity dedicated to preventing male suicide, the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK. CALM's work includes offering support to men of any age in the UK who are down or in crisis via their helpline, webchat and website; challenging a culture that prevents men seeking help when they need it; pushing for changes in policy and practice so that suicide is better prevented; and supporting those bereaved by suicide.
The Social Mobility Foundation (SMF) is a charity which aims to make a practical improvement in social mobility for young people from low-income backgrounds by providing opportunities and networks of support for 16-17 year olds who are unable to get these from their schools or families. They also produce the annual Social Mobility Employer Index.