Many transgender people experience negative treatment and discrimination at work from colleagues, clients and customers.
Flexible workingis a key tool for enabling everyone to achieve a healthy work-life balance.
Many organisations are taking steps to realise the benefits of gender equality by examining their workplace cultures.
Employers sometimes have a tendency to view pregnancy and motherhood as an expensive liability.
Women often come across biased attitudes towards gender when they try to move into traditionally 'male' sectors, like construction.
A gender-balanced workforce can interpret customer and client needs more broadly.
Dealing with disabled customers and service users is first and foremost about using our common sense.
Some disabilities - like visual impairment, mental ill-health, dementia or dyspraxia - might not be immediately apparent.
We're the experts on our disability, so if you're not sure how best to help us then just ask.
Ill-informed assumptions and judgements about what disabled people can and can't do can be immensely frustrating.
Disabled customers and service users are still on the receiving end of some pretty silly behaviour.
See us for the wide range of abilities and experience that we bring, not just our disabilities.