Report outlines strategies for UK firms to boost number of working class leaders after research shows working class employees progress 25% slower and earn up to £17,500 less than their peers.
Insights on diversity and inclusion from ICAEW
Articles on D&I in the world of accountancy and the workplace can be found here.
FRC says greater transparency in decision making and promotion processes is needed as well as better monitoring, measurement and accountability.
New Gen Accountants launched in 2018 with a mission to ensure that the accountancy profession accurately reflects the society we live in.
Deborah Harris is the first Black woman to be elected President of the London Society of Chartered Accountants in its 150-year history. She tells us about her priorities for the coming year.
Julia Penny, ICAEW President, talks about why Black History Month matters to the profession and how ICAEW is driving change.
From nurturing existing employees to attracting new talent, there’s a strong business imperative to making sure your business is dyslexia-friendly. As we celebrate Dyslexia Awareness Week (3-9 October), experts offer tips on what that means in practice.
In a bid to stimulate growth and cut red tape, the government wants to redefine the definition of what constitutes a ‘small’ business.
Robin holds various interests in the industrials, property, renewable energy and logistics sectors across Sub-Saharan Africa. He is the Founder and Chair of Lonsa Group Limited, Chair of Lonsa Everite, Deputy Chair of Swartland Investments and Chair of Firstmile Properties. Robin (a fellow of the Chartered Securities Institute in England & Wales) is a professionally qualified and experienced investment banker and in 2016 was appointed to the ICAEW Member’s Advisory Board for Africa. Robin is also a member of the Institute of Directors in Southern Africa, the past patron for the African Institute of Petroleum, and a former appointed consultant to the World Bank and IFC.
Ololade Adesanya is a Director at Deloitte with over 14 years’ experience working with firms in the financial services industry, providing advisory and assurance services around governance, risk and controls. She is also the current President of the ICAEW West of England.
As the nation celebrates Black History Month, ICAEW members, students and staff share how organisations can create inclusive working and social environments.