Being a genuine Equal Opportunity Employer not only requires adherence to anti-discrimination legislation, but also embedding diversity and inclusion.
DevelopHer has been shining a light on a new way to attract tech talent and address gender imbalance since 2016. Now it’s launching in Aotearoa.
As a business grows, the team and cohesion of its workforce becomes more important. That’s when promoting diversity and inclusion really takes the stage.
As a business owner, it’s not just your own mother you should be looking out for this Mother’s Day, but all the mums you work with, writes Nina Hendy.
A special International Women’s Day edition of the LeaderShip of Fools podcast, featuring four female business leaders, takes a pragmatic view of the gender debate.
The way people dress in workplace environments varies from business to business and what’s considered a typical business dress code has evolved over the last few decades, but is there an argument for going casual?
Ten years ago, Adam McKay had an idea to use basketball to give something back to his local community. Now, Helping Hoops offers programs for hundreds of underprivileged children around Melbourne.
For past contestants of Shark Tank, finding the right staff to support their startups means assessing how well prospective employees will integrate – even before considering their skill set. Here are their tips to a great hire.