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  • Report
  • 2nd Sep 2021

How to establish diversity leads and diversity task forces

Eight points to consider when setting up diversity leads and diversity task forces for success

  • Report
  • 2nd Sep 2021

How to increase transparency of progression, pay and reward

Five steps for increasing transparency to improve gender equality and representation

  • Report
  • 2nd Sep 2021

How to use skill-based assessment tasks

Six steps for using skill-based assessment tasks in recruitment and promotion to improve gender equality and representation

  • Report
  • 2nd Sep 2021

How to run structured interviews

Seven steps for using structured interviews in recruitment and promotions to improve gender equality and representation

  • Blog
  • 2nd Sep 2021

New for employers: updated evidence on what works to reduce the Gender Pay Gap

We’ve recently wrapped-up a large-scale ‘Gender and Behavioural Insights’ (GABI) research programme, a collaboration with the Government Equalities Office to investigate what works to improve gender equality in the workplace. Our work has yielded some interesting insights. For instance, we found that  unconscious bias training does not change attitudes in…

  • Blog
  • 1st Sep 2021

Shouting into the void: The importance of engagement for safety messaging in the gig economy

In this time of COVID-19, we’ve seen the rise of a new hero: the food delivery worker (FDW). FDWs brave the streets and keep us well fed from our local restaurants as we move in and out of lockdowns. But the work of an FDW can be dangerous, and until…

  • Blog
  • 12th Aug 2021

One behaviour at a time: Redesigning entrepreneurship pathways in the Arab States

We recently co-hosted a webinar at the UN Behavioural Science Week 2021 during which we presented initial evidence from the project and asked UNDP colleagues in participating Country Offices to reflect on their experience thus far. We share three insights below about what it takes to apply behavioural science to…

  • Blog
  • 14th Jul 2021

"What would happen if your website was attacked?"

It's hard for businesses — particularly SMEs — to know when and how to patch their software. In collaboration with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), we ran two trials to help tackle this problem.…

  • Report
  • 24th Jun 2021

Gender bias and performance feedback: a randomised control trial

In order to achieve gender equality in the workplace there needs to be a focus on reducing bias in, and improving the quality of, performance feedback for women. In this study we analysed the language used in 360 degree feedback reviews carried out between 2018 and 2019 for 4,328 senior…

  • Blog
  • 18th Jun 2021

Simply telling men that their peers support parental leave and flexible working, increases their intention to share care

According to recent research, 76% of mothers and 73% of fathers would like to work flexibly to spend more time with children - a remarkably similar proportion. Yet mothers are much more likely to work part-time than fathers. So if dads want to work flexibly, what’s stopping them? One barrier…