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How to create a more inclusive workplace

- March 8, 2023 4 MIN READ

  This International Women’s Day week is a perfect time for business leaders to reflect on company culture and how this could be improved to attract and retain diverse talent, foster innovation and improve overall performance. If we want to imagine a world where gender is equal and free of bias or discrimination, then we… Read more »

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Why disability inclusion costs MUCH less than you think

- February 24, 2023 3 MIN READ

  One thing you will notice when discussing the inclusion of people with disabilities in the workforce is that business leaders always think it will cost more money to be inclusive than it actually does. In fact, in most cases, changes in the workplace are so minor that they might as well be free, writes… Read more »


SA study reveals ageism could be a built-in perspective

- September 11, 2018 < 1 MIN READ

South Australian research into the psychology of bias suggests we may be neurologically set up to be ageist. Prompting the question, how do we overcome bias in the workplace? The research conducted by Flinders University Psychology Professor Mike Nicholl has found our response to others is subliminally connected to appearance and age, in a subconscious… Read more »