23 October 2020: The Reynolds are something of an accountancy dynasty stretching back to the 1950s. They talk about their stellar careers in England and Jamaica, and the prejudices they encountered and overcame.
Insights on diversity and inclusion from ICAEW
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14 October 2020: ICAEW spoke to Claire Turner, Director of Evidence at the Centre for Ageing Better, about the struggles facing older workers and what action is needed to ensure financial livelihoods and fulfilling work.
30 September 2020: In the wake of recent global unrest, this year’s Black History Month takes on a new resonance. ICAEW Chief Executive Michael Izza outlines the challenges accountancy faces regarding representation and how ICAEW intends to drive change.
10 September: Writing for ICAEW’s Financial Services Faculty, consultant Sonya Dreizler covers different ways we can think and recognise our privilege to better promote diversity in the workplace.
21 August 2020: Ministers insulated older employees from public sector pension reforms in 2015, despite advice saying not to. The courts found this was age discrimination, resulting in a £31bn charge in the Whole of Government Accounts.
11 August: Experts discuss the importance of active allyship in championing diversity and breaking down workplace barriers.
29 July: As we come to terms with the after-effects of the pandemic, continuing to support employees will be a priority for employers. But what does this mean?
24 July 2020: COVID has caused us to question many priorities, conventions and perceptions. As lockdowns ease, we find ourselves asking how much we want to return to pre-COVID lifestyles.
23 July 2020: Policymakers are increasingly seeing the need to incorporate future generations into their decision making. Ellen Shepherd tells us about the framework her team is designing to systematise that process.
21 July: Boardrooms make some of the most influential decisions in the country – but do they reflect society and understand intergenerational challenges, which have been exacerbated by COVID-19?