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  • greater employee ownership

    Greater employee ownership can make work fairer

    • 15 Nov 2022
    • Pete Stavros

    My story used to be a familiar one. I’m a first-generation college graduate from a hardworking, blue-collar family.

  • age taboo

    The age taboo in workplaces means we miss out on talent

    • 11 Oct 2022
    • Camilla Cavendish

    Would you apply for a job which requires you to be “dynamic” or a “digital native”? If you’re over 40, it might not be worth bothering.

  • older workers

    Where have all the older workers gone and will they ever come back?

    • 20 Sep 2022
    • Pilita Clark

    Not that long ago I found myself at a lunch in the middle of London where a well known British business figure said something unexpected about the menace of rising inflation.

  • perils

    The perils of overlooking women of a certain age

    • 6 Sep 2022
    • Pilita Clark

    Around this time last year, a British woman named Nicky Clark was getting ready to do something that middle-aged women did in droves during the pandemic: quit.

  • sibling rivalries

    Sibling rivalries, spousal squabbles — it’s great to be back in the office

    • 30 Aug 2022
    • Emma Jacobs

    After almost two years of working at home with my family, it’s good to finally spend quality time with my office relatives.

  • what to wear

    The worry of what to wear to work is shifting

    • 7 Jun 2022
    • Pilita Clark

    If you were about to head off to your first in-person business conference in two years, what would you want to know?

  • Smart people understand why it pays to swear at work

    • 24 Sep 2019
    • Pilita Clark

    Researchers say people who swear can seem more honest, credible and persuasive

  • Diversity & Inclusion: Words or actions

    • 17 Jun 2017
    • Andrew Wilkinson

    Diversity & Inclusion: Words or actions

  • Agile working: put your faith in the (female) workforce and you’ll get productivity back in spades.

    • 13 May 2017
    • Andrew Kennedy

    Agile working: put your faith in the (female) workforce and you’ll get productivity back in spades.

  • Bringing different but dynamic skill sets to the market

    • 2 Apr 2017
    • Charlie Johnston

    Bringing a different but dynamic skill set to the recruitment market: a guest blog from Paratus Executive for exec-appointments.

  • Reducing inequality - Women in Finance

    • 23 Mar 2017
    • James Gold, Marks Sattin

    Reducing inequality - Women in Finance

  • Why Chief Execs should demand Dr Who is a woman!

    • 2 Feb 2017
    • James Dunne

    Why Chief Execs should demand Dr Who is a woman!

  • Age, gender and flexible working for C-Suite Executives

    • 26 Sep 2016
    • James Dunne

    A follow up to the previous article on age and gender discrimination.

  • The part-time CEO

    • 15 Aug 2016
    • James Dunne

    The part-time CEO - a blog from exec-appointments.com

  • Age Discrimination: "Age shall weary them…" Older C-Suite/executive? Discriminated against? You are not alone.

    • 24 May 2016
    • James Dunne

    Older C-Suite/executive? Discriminated against? You are not alone.

  • The Financial Times endorses OUTstanding business executives

    • 5 Feb 2016
    • exec-appointments.com

    The Financial Times may not be the first newspaper that comes to mind when you think of pioneering media on the LGBT issue but that is exactly what the pink 'un has been doing now for the past 3 years.

  • Hen’s teeth! Rare Talent! Needles in Haystacks! Purple Squirrels?

    • 28 Nov 2015
    • Steve Playford

    Hen’s teeth! Rare Talent! Needles in Haystacks! Purple Squirrels?

  • RGU’s new Head of Computing Science and Digital Media on STEM, gender imbalance and the recruitment market

    • 21 Nov 2015
    • Chrisina Jayne

    RGU’s new Head of Computing Science and Digital Media on STEM, gender imbalance and the recruitment market