While most diversity and inclusion initiatives focus on gender and, to a lesser extent, ethnicity, SAP believes it is breaking new ground by starting to concentrate on the “differently-abled”.
Cath Everett talks to two start-ups whose aim it is to enable donors to see where their money is being spent, through the use of blockchain.
Amy Lynch, ThoughtWorks UK’s head of diversity and inclusion, provides insights into what the software consultancy is doing to support its LGBTQ community.
Loneliness is a growing Western phenomenon, but one Dublin-based organisation, GirlCrew, is doing its bit to help with a platform to assist women of all ages in making new friends.
Sue Henley, CA Technologies Head of Talent Development, Education & Diversity for EMEA, discusses the secrets to success in diversity and inclusion.
If the introduction of AI in the workplace means that demand for soft skills will rise, and soft skills have traditionally been associated with women, just where does that leave men?
As China adopts AI-enabled education as part of its national strategy, what might this mean for the West?
O2 explains the reasons why it decided to trial such a Returnship scheme, the benefits it gained and why the approach is now informing the way it undertakes recruitment.
“Returnships” are perfect for employers keen to tap into rarely-plundered talent pools, in this case parents wanting to return to work after a career break. But how sound an option are they for tech employers keen to win in the war for talent?
The Solstice Initiative is using a mixture of tech and community organising tactics to reach its goal of generating 100 megawatts from community solar projects over the next couple of years in a bid to save 150,000 consumers $4 million per year.
myAgro, a non-governmental organisation based in West Africa, is using mobile phone technology to help farmers put aside the money they require to pay for seeds and fertiliser.
Yimishiji, an online farmers’ market in China, is attempting to respond to the country’s ongoing food safety concerns while educating the public on environmentally-friendly and sustainable options at the same time – and it has just won an award for its efforts.
UK charity Smart Works, which helps get unemployed women back into work, looks to CRM to provide a sustainable platform for continued expansion across the country.