D&I Weekly News Round Up: Bias, Gender Equality and more

Welcome to the latest edition of our Diversity & Inclusion News Round-Up. Today we are talking about Google’s latest diversity report, unconscious bias in times of remote working, a feel-good story from South Africa and how domestic work is split between men and women. Stay safe everyone!

Caroline Berns

Head of Talent Acquisition, MMEA

Head of Talent Acquisition, MMEA


Google released its latest Diversity Report this week, and similar to the past years, there is very little progress for women and people of colour. Although companies in the tech industry are putting extra effort into changing the numbers, we see almost no improvements across the globe.


Unconscious biases are everywhere, including in the workplace. With our new ways of working remotely, there are new challenges though - and with them, we see other biases that might impact how we work with our teams. Interesting article with a few tips for leaders on how they can prevent those biases.

Gender Equality

An interesting survey, looking at the split of domestic work during the global pandemic. While both men and women are currently spending more time on housework and child care, the split has not changed and women continue to do more.


A feel-good story from South Africa. 59-year-old Llewellyn Barnes was living on the streets just a few months ago, but thanks to being given a chance, he has now qualified as a professional golfer.

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