Workplace culture continues to adapt and respond to the wider world. Covid turned our working lives upside down; Black Lives Matter and the #MeToo movement changed our expectations of what a responsible and inclusive business looks like. Society, culture and work now overlap in ways we have not seen before.
The reWorked podcast provides a space to explore how business can respond to this complex, and sometimes contested, landscape. We speak to leading thinkers and doers about their ideas for what an inclusive workplace looks like in 2023.
Listen below and on all your usual podcast platforms.
Dismantling Power Structures All Year, Not Just on International Women’s Day
Nana Umoh is joined by Pamela Jones to discuss the significance of International Women's Day and how organisations can better…
Changing the Narrative on the Menopause – Taking an Intersectional Approach to Supporting Menopause in the Workplace
Rachael Wilson speaks with two workplace menopause experts about how to take an intersectional approach to workplace menopause support.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Rail Industry – Improving Gender Representation and Inclusivity
Tash Thomas is joined by Dante Frederick, Diversity and Inclusion Partner at Govia Thameslink Railway to discuss diversity, equity and…
Social mobility – From education, to recruitment and the workplace
Karen Fonseka, Diversity Consultant, talks to Edmund Newell, Principal and Chief Executive at Cumberland Lodge, about social mobility.
Authentic Communications for LGBT+ History Month & Pride
Polly Shute and Tash Thomas, EW Group Diversity & Inclusion Consultants, discuss how organisations can create authentic communications to acknowledge…
Inclusive recruitment and how to retain diverse employees with EW client, Anderson Quigley
Rachael and Nicki discuss the importance of the recruitment industry in driving diversity and inclusivity, and how Anderson Quigley has…
Elliot Rae, on Fatherhood & Engaging Men in the Diversity Conversation
How do you engage those groups who don’t consider themselves ‘diverse’ in the diversity conversation?
Belonging, with Sue Unerman
Sue Unerman, Chief Transformation Officer at MediaCom, discusses what makes belonging different to inclusion and the role we can all…
Building safe spaces and harnessing psychological safety
Creating an environment of respect in which your team is encouraged to think critically is essential to developing an inclusive…
Stand Up Poet Kate Fox on Neurodiversity in the Workplace
Kate and Rachael discuss what neurodiversity in the workplace means for your colleagues.
Transforming workplace culture through co-production and reverse mentoring
Jane Farrell speaks to Sandra Mellors, Deputy Chief Executive & Chief Operating Officer for Northamptonshire Healthcare Foundation Trust.
Being a carer, activist and advocate for neurodiversity
Was this in the plan? Blogger, author and activist Stephanie Nimmo, tells Rachael about her turbulent and inspiring story of…