By Dr Scott Taylor Department of Management, University of Birmingham For many, inequalities and experiences of discrimination manifest most clearly in the workplace, in areas such as unequal pay, obstruction of access to jobs or professions, or the construction of cultures that exclude women. Statistics and stories about these common experiences are everywhere – the … Continue reading “How to be a male ally on International Women’s Day”
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Ted Baker: trying it on?
By Dr Juliet E. Kele, Research Fellow in HRM Department of Management and Lloyds Banking Group Centre for Responsible Business, University of Birmingham Since the news first broke of the misconduct allegations against Ray Kelvin, founder and CEO of fashion chain Ted Baker, in December 2018, the company’s shares have continued to fall. A workplace … Continue reading “Ted Baker: trying it on?”
Five good reasons to celebrate International Women’s Day where you work
By Dr Scott Taylor, Reader in Leadership & Organization Studies at Birmingham Business School Have you noticed any changes to the gender balance at work? Or the gender dynamics? If you haven’t, you’re probably not paying attention. Feminism is in the midst of a resurgence, that some academics are calling the ‘fourth wave’. This most … Continue reading “Five good reasons to celebrate International Women’s Day where you work”