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While opportunities for women are improving across fashion retail, Drapers’ research reveals there is still much to be done to create parity with male counterparts at board level.
More than 600 workers have been injured at Amazon warehouses in the UK over the past three years, according to figures seen by the GMB Union.
Drapers examines how the latest “landmark” rise in the National Living Wage will impact the fashion industry.
More than 3,150 retail jobs are set to vanish from the high street this week, driven by a wave of store closures.
The national living wage is set to rise by 6.2% in April, more than four times the rate of inflation, in what the government has called “the biggest cash increase ever”.
Burberry has announced a new global parental leave policy, offering all employees 18 weeks of parental leave at full pay.
Ahead of accessible shopping day Purple Tuesday, Drapers hears from shoppers with disabilities about how well they are being served by the high street and explores how retailers should be focusing on accessibility.
German etailer Zalando has outlined plans to make its senior management teams more diverse in gender, nationality and education.
Average pay for British workers increased by 4% year on year in the three months to July, latest figures reveal.
Drapers imagines the perfect top team for retailers
Should more fashion retailers be following in the footsteps of Gucci and Chanel and hiring diversity bosses?
A new report claims that “no major clothing brand” is able to show that workers making their clothing in Asia, Africa, Central America or Eastern Europe are paid enough to escape poverty.
The retail sector made the joint biggest reduction in the number of workers on low pay last year.
The number of British employees happy at work has fallen for the third consecutive year to 41%.
The John Lewis Partnership council has voted for changes to the company’s pension scheme that aim to provide “a more equal distribution of profits” among staff, and save £80m a year.
Leadership teams across the retail sector have been deemed “not fit for purpose,” according to a new survey of industry chairs, CEOs and senior executives.
Our new in-depth report, online now, explores how shoppers in their twenties and thirties feel about fashion.
Womenswear etailer PrettyLittleThing has opened the doors of its 7,000 sq ft LA office on Melrose Avenue.
Take a tour inside the newly refurbished “Boden House” and discover how the British brand is shaking up workplace culture