The debates on diversity never seem to get past the superficial variances between people, when the real point is that having people from different backgrounds with different mindsets could really help avoid mistakes, fraud, etc.
Sometimes that means employing people who will ask uncomfortable questions rather than just accepting the status quo.
I'm sure that kind of NES team would be having a lot more fun!
Just a small point, but the "NES" team is "Needs Enhanced Support" (which will now work with the acronym!)
This is a horrific idea! What better way to show staff how little you trust them, under the guise of "well, it saves a bit of money on ID cards"?
This is a really interesting article and I would love to see more by this author - dealing with facts and figures we can sometimes forget the human element so I'm sure an "economic psychologist" could inform us!
There's a focus on the comment about the potentially identifiable gentleman, but we're missing the point that over 6 years (!) he was posting homophobic, racist and sexist comments. This isn't one slightly misjudged comment/joke. That's unprofessional behaviour over a long period.
I get your point, but it's actually a myth
We're not surgeons - we don't need to be contacted that urgently!