All Equality, diversity and inclusion pages

  • Young woman working in a warehouse
    Guidance

    Why we all need to fight ‘casual’ sexism

    Exclusive content from Rosie Mullender for the Retail Trust

    Are you being undermined at work without even realising it, asks Rosie Mullender.

  • Fiona in interview
    Information

    Retail giants, with Dame Fiona Kendrick, in association with Newton

    Exclusive content from the Retail Trust in association with Newton

    The Retail Trust’s CEO Chris Brook-Carter talks to Dame Fiona Kendrick, advisor to Newton Europe and former Chairman and CEO of Nestlé UK&I, on the core traits that make great leaders stand out, how to acquire these skills and what action women in particular can take to help forge their careers upwards.

  • A man and woman working together in a stock room
    Guidance

    Five ways men can be feminist allies at work

    Exclusive content from Rosie Mullender for the Retail Trust

    If you’re a man who wants to support women this International Women’s Day, here are some great places to start.

  • smiling barrista
    Guidance

    How to come out at work

    Exclusive content from the Retail Trust

    Advice to help you talk to colleagues about your sexual orientation or gender identity.

  • Abstract of face profiles in autumn colours
    Learning

    Understanding cognitive bias

    Exclusive content from the Retail Trust

    Cognitive bias is a strong inclination of thought or a preconceived opinion about something or someone. It can be positive or negative. There are many kinds of biases, and most are formed by us without much thought. Learn more about the different types.

  • Man looking pensively out of his window
    Guidance

    Managing anxiety in testing times

    Exclusive content from the Retail Trust

    Over the last two years we have been living in a heightened state of worry. So it’s unsurprising that the thought of another global crisis is triggering feelings of uncertainty, fear and anxiety. If you are feeling anxious, we have collated some resources to support you.

  • Two women on different races sat together at a laptop
    Learning

    The effects of racism at work

    As part of your role within the retail sector, you probably deal with wide range of colleagues and customers on a daily basis and it is helpful to understand the impact of racism at work.

  • Woman taking to a child sat on a sofa
    Guidance

    Talking to your children about race and diversity

    This short animation explains how you can have an open and honest conversation with your children about race and diversity.

  • stonewall resources
    Learning

    Acceptance without exception

    Working alongside Cherish Oteka, Stonewall have created a series of films to showcase the lived experiences of LGBT people of colour.

  • Team of diverse people in discussion round a table
    Guidance

    Respecting diversity in the workplace

    Exclusive content from the Retail Trust

    Treating everyone equally regardless of their gender, disability status, ethnic origin, religion or other characteristics should be a universally held standard. Find out more about respecting diversity in the workplace.