Key findings

Drawing upon the key findings from Robert Walters and Totaljobs Diversity & Inclusion research, explore numerous employment and workplace trends impacting professionals based on their gender or age group.

Solving the diversity problem

Over 40% of workers over 50 feel that employers offer a lack of opportunity to support their progression. Should more be done to support older workers? Read the full story.

Low self-esteem in women

Self-esteem and progression - how can employers instil greater confidence in female workers? Read how you can empower your workforce from Robert Walters experts.

View from above the glass ceiling

With unrivalled expertise in her industry, Lucy Bisset, Director at Robert Walters, discusses shattering stereotypes and the importance of paving the way for women in senior careers.

The persistent gender pay gap

Robert Walters and Totaljobs research illustrates the reasons behind the persistent pay gap in the UK. More than half of all female professionals have never negotiated a pay rise - find out why.

Over 50s left on the shelf?

Over 40% of workers over 50 feel that employers offer a lack of opportunity to support their progression. Should more be done to support older workers? Read the full story.

Win a promotion in your 50s

3 in 4 workers in their 50s believe they have already hit a career ceiling. Alexandra Sydney, Group Marketing Director at Totaljobs, offers the following tips to achieve a promotion.

Which sectors are falling short?

Robert Walters and Totaljobs research provides the stark reality that over 50s feel overlooked for promotion. Which industries are falling short? Take a look at our key findings.