Churchard, Claire
October 2011
People Management;Oct2011, p12
The article focuses on the Think, Act, Report voluntary reporting scheme launched in September 2011 by Theresa May, British Minister for women and equalities, aimed at workplace inequality between men and women. Employers that are supporting the scheme include Tesco, Eversheds and Enterprise Rent-A-Car. Under the scheme, employers are required for first identify any issues around gender equality in the workforce, take action, and report publicly on their progress.


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