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Contemporary Employers’ Organisations

28 June 2022

New book on employers’ organizations

Man and woman stood on uneven piles of money

Gender pay gap narrows in organisations with largest disparities

22 June 2022

Employers which reported largest gender pay gaps in 2018 have made the most progress

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Developing leadership in construction

16 June 2022

Working with the construction industry to develop new knowledge

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Cardiff University academic leads on plan to make Wales an anti-racist nation

9 June 2022

Welsh Government taking action to tackle systemic and institutionalised racism

Cardiff Business School maintains highest possible research environment score in REF 2021

12 May 2022

Celebrating success in the latest Research Excellence Framework

Real Living Wage milestone as 10,000 employers are accredited

11 May 2022

Cardiff University research has been tracking its impact for nearly a decade

Dean Professor Rachel Ashworth

Dean of Business School elected Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales

5 May 2022

Professor Rachel Ashworth has been made a Fellow of the national academy for the arts and sciences

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Driving the transition towards low- and zero-emission road freight transportation in Colombia

19 April 2022

Business school academics visit Colombia as part of zero emissions project

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Delivering accelerated innovation with Centrica

8 April 2022

Cardiff Business School and Centrica collaborate for innovation via research and teaching

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Springboard to business growth

5 April 2022

Four businesses give insight into their collaborations with Cardiff Business School

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Student successes at national employability awards

16 March 2022

Business School students secure two more awards at the National Undergraduate Employability Awards

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Tackling supply chain crises

1 March 2022

Exploring digital innovation in tackling supply chain crises in our latest Breakfast Briefing

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Delivering bespoke online training to Ocado Group

1 February 2022

Ocado Group logistics training with Cardiff Business School

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Are you ok?

1 February 2022

Neville Southall hosts a Breakfast Briefings on mental health

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Expert in Logistics appointed Chair of the Logistics Research Network

28 January 2022

Dr Vasco Sanchez Rodrigues has been appointed Chair of the Logistics Research Network

High-speed internet led to a decline in civic and political engagement, research shows

25 January 2022

Academics describe the effect as “statistically significant and sizable”

Working in isolated environments enables culture of bullying among elite chefs, research finds

17 January 2022

Separation from mainstream society paves way for verbal assaults and physical attacks

Lifelong learning is the key to unlocking Wales’ full potential

16 December 2021

Study outlines policy recommendations for new Commission

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Benefits of industry clusters

15 December 2021

Examining Inno’vin, an industry cluster in the Bordeaux wine industry

No short-term fix for Wales’ productivity gap, report finds

2 December 2021

Policymaking and public investment offer opportunities for growth