How inclusive are your company’s end-of-year parties?

Approach the holiday season in an inclusive way that celebrates and welcomes everyone in your team because not all of your employees will celebrate the same holidays. From Christmas to Hanukkah to Kwanzaa, many individuals and Organisations will take the opportunity to celebrate the end of the year with an event or gathering. You may have scheduled your Organisation’s end of year party, but how can you ensure all your colleagues are able to participate and enjoy themselves? Practical tips to ensure your end of year party is inclusive:

Men’s World Cup in Qatar: Is football inherently political?

We believe sport is an essential area for getting inclusion right. Representation at massive sporting events like the Olympics and Paralympics and the UEFA European Championships can inspire generations. Included was founded as a legacy of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, which illustrated an authentic commitment to inclusion through delivering a ‘Games for Everyone.’

Achieving success in a white male dominated sector

Included spoke to Marilyn Harris during Black History Month UK. Marilyn is a senior HR Business Partner at McLaren Group, a construction company. This sector is dominated by men, primarily white men. Marilyn shares her experience throughout her career in this context, as a Black woman, and how she has built her success.

Can sports drive workplace inclusion?

Sports are a great opportunity to bring people together, and can improve health and self-esteem. Sports have a huge influence on our culture, from the positives we saw after England’s win in the Women’s EUROs to the racist backlash that was seen after the Men’s EUROs final in 2020.