June 22nd 2019 marked the first ever UK Windrush Day, which commemorates the first people who arrived from the Caribbean in 1948. Windrush Day is designed to celebrate the contribution made to British society by the Caribbean community and highlights the benefits to the UK of solid immigration policy and good race relations.Read More
Carrying out due diligence in all areas of your company is essential to protect your bottom line and mitigate risk. Nowhere in your organisation is this more crucial than in ensuring that the executives at the helm, who have access to the most sensitive and critical areas of a company, are the right people for the job.Read More
Due diligence is the investigation of a potential investment or individual to confirm that all facts, financial records, adverse media or anything else that may be relevant are present before making a commitment to any business relationship.Read More
A new EU law which requires all larger firms to publish details of their gender pay gap comes into force in April 2018, and some firms have already started sharing their data.
The gender pay gap – the difference between the average earnings of male and female workers, has long been a marker for gender equality, and equality groups are speaking out against huge pay gaps within high-profile companies. The gender pay gap highlights the representation of women throughout the entire organisation and is separate from equal pay/pay equality which describes different pay scales for the same or similar job roles.Read More