Environmental social governance (ESG) has been one of the major themes of 2018 and it has become such an intrinsic part of an investor’s decision-making criteria that neglecting to give proportionate value to ESG immediately weakens your ability to compete in a highly active market.
While the number of ‘awareness’ days/weeks/months can sometimes feel overwhelming, a recent one had a real impact on us.
The British Property Federation (BPF) has formed a new diversity board to “foster a more diverse and inclusive property sector”.
Roni Savage asks what must be done to boost the industry’s appeal to women.
Heads Together, the mental health initiative spearheaded by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex, recently launched an initiative aiming to change the way we approach mental health in the workplace.
A new ‘toolkit’ has been launched to help promote gender diversity in the property industry.
As a Cambridge graduate, I was depressed and, frankly, embarrassed at how lowly the university ranked on social diversity in The Sunday Times’ latest Good University Guide – with only Oxford scoring lower.