Diversity, Inclusion, Belonging and Equity Snippets: Nov 11, 2022

Updated: Nov 30


  1. Are today's young workers at a huge disadvantage when it comes to growing their wealth through hard work and age? A recent study by the IFS Deaton Review of Inequalities in finds that hard work alone does not make working families rich because wealth levels are rising much quicker than income rates #socioeconomic #ageandgeneration

  2. Have we reached peak Work From Home? New global C-level research from LinkedIn finds that concerns over the costs vs benefits of working from home might force companies to rethink flexible work (68%), skills development (74%), and employee wellbeing (75%). It clearly highlights a a growing disconnect between what professionals want in contrast to employer offerings as well as the shift in the balance of power caused by recession fears and layoffs. #mentalhealth #socioeconomic

  3. Do you rent rather than own your home? You're twice as likely to suffer from anxiety. Do you have minimal savings? You're three times less likely to report feelings of worthlessness. A new study examines how instability is linked to an increase in mental health markers that contribute to ill health. #mentalhealth #socioeconomics

  4. A recent study by Resolution Foundation finds that 20% of people aged 18 to 65 experienced some form of discrimination either at work or during while applying for a job over the last year. People from ethnic minority backgrounds and with disabilities were most affected. #disability #socioeconomic

  5. How to reduce bias in hiring and promotions? 6 pieces of advice that will reduce bias, boost diversity and allow organisations to hire the best talent. #diversityandinclusion #leadership

  6. In the past two years, organisations have changed the way they work, which has required a shift in processes. Cue the entry of the latest C-Suite role on the block: The Chief Remote Officer. #futureofwork #leadership

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