'What’s next for inclusion?' - a remote working checklist for D&I leaders


The current coronavirus outbreak is something that has impacted all of us. For many, we are working remotely for the first time. 

We are balancing being a teacher, a parent, or supporting loved ones alongside our normal working life. In the first few weeks of a nationwide lockdown businesses had to look at how to adapt, how to commence with remote working and, embed remote working into the way we now do things.

Remote working was, for many organisations, on the horizon prior to Covid-19. The last 12 weeks since lockdown began, has perhaps only served to accelerate more of us working from home and adopting technological advances such as eLearning and video calling. It was perhaps inevitable that we would use technology more and move away from an office environment. Now, we have been forced to do so.

So, what does this mean for inclusion? 

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11 ways to help you get used to working from home


We know how unsettling change can be, especially when it swoops in swiftly and is accompanied by the unknown and uncertain. If you’ve recently moved to remote working, you might be struggling to get used to a new daily routine, or are finding it challenging to communicate with your colleagues online. ​We want to help support you in getting used to your new way of working, so we’ve put together some tips and tricks for you to try.

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Disability Confident: Hear how HS2 connect with diverse talent and construct inclusive experiences


As part of our Disability Confident series, we are chatting with different organisations to hear how they are making a difference to diversity and inclusion in their industry. Next up in our series is Mark Lomas from HS2.
In this latest Q&A, Mark tells us why being part of the Disability Confident Scheme is important to HS2 and explains the adjustments they have made to help recruit, retain and develop a diverse workforce...

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