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The government has vowed to modernise zero-hour and agency workers’ rights, in response to last year’s Taylor Review into working practices.
Tesco is facing a potential demand for up to £4bn in back pay, as female shop workers claim they earned less than male counterparts.
Drapers investigates why an ethnically diverse workforce at all levels is good for business.
H&M has appointed Annie Wu as its new global diversity leader, following protests and criticism regarding a ”racist” image of one of its kidswear models.
There are myriad ways to get started in fashion retail. Here, some of the industry’s rising stars describe how they got started, and offer advice for those hoping to follow suit.
Flexible working and the need for a good work/life balance is an increasingly hot topic, particularly among millennials. Drapers digs into balancing fashion and flexibility.
Drapers Next Generation, now in its ninth year, turns the spotlight on young fashion retail professionals and the industry changes shaping their careers today. As seismic shifts and constant changes in the retail environment continue, Drapers explores what new roles should be on retailer’s hit lists to ensure future success
Eligible retailers across the UK have been urged to begin gathering data about their gender pay gap as a priority, as the deadline for new reporting requirements looms.
As Jo Jenkins takes up the top job at White Stuff, we look at whether efforts to get more women into senior management positions in fashion retail are paying off.
Retail companies in the FTSE 100 are ahead of the game when it comes to gender diversity, a new analysis has revealed.
As fashion retailers increasingly look outside of the industry to fill leadership roles, Drapers examines what is fuelling the shift and what the benefits may be.
Sir Philip Green has settled the BHS pension deficit, but what does this mean for the rest of retail?
There is plenty of female talent to be celebrated within the fashion industry. However, there is still a way to go before there are as many women at the top of fashion businesses as there are men.