NEW! The Impact of Workplace Inclusion on Mental Health of Employees
In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Week, we are delighted to launch a new and unique piece of research produced in partnership with the NHS approved mental health app Thrive. The research undertaken explores the correlation between perceived levels of inclusion within the workplace and overall mental health. This report provides analysis from an in-depth survey within the HTL and Retail sectors and gives practical advice to ensure that organisations can best manage the wellbeing of their teams.
Social Mobility Report
This report, written by Tracey Groves (CEO Intelligent Ethics and Partner Stoneturn), summarises the key points which were raised during a WiHTL webinar last year based on the importance of social mobility. It aims to provide our community with greater understanding of this topic through references to current thought leadership, a case study and highlighting leading research in this area.
With contributions from André Flemmings (WHSmith), Donna Catley (Compass) and Justine Greening (Social Mobility Pledge).
Employee Network Groups
in HTL & Retail Toolkit
Following the success of our Employee Network Groups (ENG) in HTL & Retail Conference at the beginning of February, we are pleased to launch a Toolkit covering the insights, learnings and experiences shared by members of the WiHTL and DiR Collaboration Community during the event, as well as little gems uncovered through one to one conversations, panel discussions, surveys, polls and personal experiences.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for your copy (WiHTL members) or to enquire how to purchase (non-members).
Gender Pay Gap in HTL Report
In partnership with PwC, we are delighted to launch a new report exploring research into the current state of the gender pay gap in the HTL sector.
Against the backdrop of the social inequality highlighted during COVID-19 and the delayed gender pay gap deadline of last October, the report highlights the progress made in our sector to close the gender pay gap and analyses the potential impact of the pandemic on inclusion, diversity and fairness as focus areas for employers, employees, customers and investors.
The report also draws upon a number of case studies from across the HTL sector and contains specific recommendations to employers on how to close the gender pay gap.
Read the accompanying press release here.