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The Diversity Dashboard

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The Diversity Dashboard designs SaaS software that helps modernize HR workflows. For more information about The Diversity Dashboard see the about page. When choosing your online software, one of the many things you will want to know is if the publisher will be around for the foreseable future. Sometimes it can be useful to check out the careers page as a growth indicator. News Desk writes all of the articles. The articles treat subjects like Diversity News, Opinion, Careers Advice and Diversity in Higher Education.

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Pricing

Pricing for The Diversity Dashboard depends on your company's needs. This will factor in the number of software users and the size of your organization.

Security

You want your valuable and sensitive employee data to be in good hands. The Diversity Dashboard is very aware that security is a key aspect of HR sofware. You might want to take a look at the The Diversity Dashboard privacy policy to get a better understanding on their internal security processes. The terms and conditions page outlines all the details. Legal information is available from The Diversity Dashboard.

Interested?

If you are ready to choose The Diversity Dashboard as your HR solution or need additional information, you can reach their sales team by phone or email.

Articles

Explore Sky: Home Service Apprenticeships in England Digital Insight Day
You’ve probably never considered a career in Sky Home Service before – but if you’re looking for an apprenticeship that gives great support and excellent benefits, why don’t you come along to our digital insight day and find out if this is the perfect job for you! We service and install Sky in thousands of customers homes all over the UK, giving them a brilliant service every time, bringing all our content and sports to life. The job gives you freedom to be yourself, where no two days are the same and meeting different people every day. How great is that! To support this, we will give you your very own van which you can use in your own time along with an iPad and phone. You don’t have to be an engineering whiz, all we’re looking for is enthusiasm and a willingness to learn. You may not have thought about a career in Customer Service, but let us open your eyes to all the cool things we do at Sky on this apprenticeship programme. Our event is taking place digitally, so you can join us from the comfort of your home. When: Wednesday 12th May 2021 Timings: 5pm – 6:30pm approx..... The post Explore Sky: Home Service Apprenticeships in England Digital Insight Day appeared first on The Diversity Dashboard -The Diversity Jobsite.
PROUD TO BE: Black History Month UK launches theme for Black history Month 2021
New campaign for Black History Month 2021 invites Black and Brown people around the UK to share what they are Proud To Be – for a festival of celebration in October Black History Month UK magazine is launching a new campaign to mark Black History Month 2021 in October. Inspired by the 2020 Black Lives Matter events, the new campaign is called ‘Proud To Be’. It will invite Black and Brown people of all ages throughout the UK to share what they are proud to be. For example, Proud To Be Black, Proud To Be Brown, Proud To Be Black & LGBTQ+, Proud To Be Me. The campaign will launch in September in the run up to Black History Month www.blackhistorymonth.org.uk in October and people will be able to get involved via Black History Month UK’s magazine, website and social media. People will be able to share what they are Proud To Be via letter, email or social media, including video and audio clips. Black History Month UK are also inviting well-known celebrities and public figures to get involved and share what they are Proud To Be – as a way of inspiring as many people as possible to get.... The post PROUD TO BE: Black History Month UK launches theme for Black history Month 2021 appeared first on The Diversity Dashboard -The Diversity Jobsite.
Building A Young Workforce
Whilst unemployment is at an all-time high, new businesses are also facing challenges from the impact of the pandemic. Opportunities through paid internship schemes have allowed for certainty in many graduates going forward, and hearing these success stories are motivating young people across the UK. Searching for your first job can be daunting, and in the midst of a pandemic, it can be even more discouraging. Young people across the world are struggling to find work whilst entering this new chapter in their lives, however many businesses are opening their doors to welcome people into employment. Through internships and The Kickstart Scheme, small businesses are finding solutions in how they can help young people build valuable experience, and ultimately find employment whilst learning. The Marketing Agency & Venture Studio Opening Up Opportunities Internship and Kickstart schemes have allowed hundreds of young people to work for companies across the UK. Audeo, a digital marketing agency based at Paintworks, has jumped at the opportunity to find eager individuals looking to set foot into employment. “Working for Audeo throughout my internship and current employment has allowed me to learn so many new skills whilst utilising my degree. Not only has my professional knowledge.... The post Building A Young Workforce appeared first on The Diversity Dashboard -The Diversity Jobsite.
Embracing intersectionality to interrogate and action equality, diversity and inclusion in teaching and learning
The education sector is both a reflection of the unequal society we inhabit as well as the foundation for the world we aspire to see. The pursuit of education must therefore confront the injustices that impede our endeavours to achieve a fairer world.” Towards transformative praxis in higher education Amid highly politicised debates on equality and diversity, and growing calls for decolonising the academy, the UK higher education sector may be witnessing a historic moment that holds promise for shaking up the long-held legacies of institutional injustices. The developments of 2020, including the killings of George Floyd, opened the floodgates for a tide of anger against racial injustice. Spurred by the ensuing protests and struck by the fallacy of popular refrains like ‘We’re all in this together’ in facing the burden of Covid-19, critical questions were asked. The outrage challenged the systemic and structural basis of violence and discrimination and the tacit acceptance of the status quo evidence in the inaction from the government. Despite the UK government’s blatant denial of racism in the recent report of the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities, these developments have brought concerns around EDI centre-stage in UK HE, establishing the imperative for making.... The post Embracing intersectionality to interrogate and action equality, diversity and inclusion in teaching and learning appeared first on The Diversity Dashboard -The Diversity Jobsite.
Church of England shortlists must include ethnic minorities, report says
All shortlists for senior Church of England posts must include at least one ethnic minority candidate, a report has said. It is one of 47 recommendations made by the Archbishops’ Anti-Racism Taskforce, which was established last year after the Black Lives Matter protests. It said the Church has “an alarmingly retrograde trend” when it comes to ethnic minority senior bishops. Failing to act would have “devastating effects” on the future of the Church. The archbishops of Canterbury and York welcomed the report but did not commit to enforcing the recommendation on shortlists. The taskforce examined 25 previous reports on racial justice over the past 36 years and said that despite hundreds of recommendations, the Church had overseen “decades of inaction” which “carry consequences”. It called for annual reporting on recruitment, mandatory training in all dioceses to embed anti-racism practice, and for full-time racial justice officers to be employed in every diocese for a five-year term. It wants to see a plan drawn up to increase representation of minority ethnic people to at least 15% at all levels of governance by 2030, reflecting the proportion of minority ethnic worshippers. Currently, there are just five minority ethnic bishops and nine deans, archdeacons,.... The post Church of England shortlists must include ethnic minorities, report says appeared first on The Diversity Dashboard -The Diversity Jobsite.
Has the Oscars Really Faced up to its Race Problem?
Back in 2016, after another all-white set of acting nominations, the #OscarsSoWhite protest movement gained major global attention.  Five years on, how much has changed, asks Leila Latif in a BBC Culture article. It started, as so many things do nowadays, with a hashtag. In 2015, lawyer-turned-activist April Reign took aim at that year’s overwhelmingly white Academy Awards nominations with a jokey tweet “#OscarsSoWhite they asked to touch my hair…” – and, in doing so, inadvertently galvanised others to speak up. Then, when the 2016 Oscar nominations were announced, and for the second year in a row, all 20 acting nominations were given to white actors, the cause really attracted worldwide attention. Rather than the usual discussion predicting who would win what, social media lit up with #OscarsSoWhite posts criticising the Academy Awards for its shameful lack of inclusivity. The Oscars’ race problem was suddenly on the cover of global newspapers, and debated on television, while pillars of the black filmmaking community including Spike Lee and Jada Pinkett Smith boycotted the awards. The Academy went into crisis mode, holding an emergency meeting and announcing an ambitious target to double the number of women and people of colour in its membership by 2020..... The post Has the Oscars Really Faced up to its Race Problem? appeared first on The Diversity Dashboard -The Diversity Jobsite.

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