HarperCollins’ gender pay gap has remained broadly static with the publisher saying it is "confident" of change long term after introducing initiatives including enhanced parental... Read more
HarperCollins UK is running its BAME traineeship programme for black, Asian and minority ethnic individuals for a second year, this time opening it up to non-graduates. ... Read more
HarperCollins’ traineeship scheme for BAME (black, Asian and minority ethnic) graduates has welcomed two successful candidates, Assallah Tahir and Bengono Bessala, and is confirmed to run again in... Read more
HarperCollins' diversity forum HC All In and non-fiction publisher Natalie Jerome were honoured at Business in the Community’s Race Equality Awards last night.... Read more
HarperCollins UK is to open applications for 12-month training contracts targeted at black, Asian and minority ethnic graduates from tomorrow.
HarperCollins will run a graduate scheme for black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) candidates in a bid to diversify its talent pool. John Athanasiou, director... Read more
HarperCollins will run a graduate scheme exclusively for black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) candidates in a bid to diversify its talent pool.
HarperCollins has launched an internal careers website which gives News Corp employees the ability to apply for jobs across HarperCollins UK, News UK, and Dow... Read more
The concept of "diversity" when it comes to new hires is evolving, with "unconscious bias" something publishers and recruiters are increasingly investigating.
The book trade must take care to ensure readers don't become "an endangered species" say leading publishing figures, in wake of reports shining a light on the UK's dire literacy rates... Read more