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inventionofdifferenceTHE INVENTION OF DIFFERENCE: The story of gender bias at work

Binna & Jo Kandola
“If we are serious about raising performance of our organisations, as well as making them fairer and better places to work, we will reflect on the lessons contained in this book and act on
Stefan Stern, Cass Business School.
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30th Anniversary Seminars 2015

Our Autumn/Winter 2014 series of Breakfast Seminars has now finished. We are now busy planning the Spring /Summer 2015 events which will start again in late February 2015. Keep an eye out on this page in January for dates and information on the new seminars.

To receive details about these or other Pearn Kandola events please email with your contact details.

Industrial & Organizational Psychology Help the Vulnerable: Serving the Underserved‘Industrial & Organizational Psychology Help the Vulnerable: Serving the Underserved’

Binna Kandola is the author of Chapter 11 - ‘Increasing resilience amongst homeless people.’ For more info
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Pearn Kandola is a Founder Member of the National Equality Standard, a ground breaking initiative to improve inclusiveness, reduce inequality and bring competitive advantage to organisations and the UK economy. To find out more click here.

2015 BPS DOP Student Prize

Congratulations to Phillipa Coan from the University of Leeds on winning the Pearn Kandola sponsored BPS DOP Student Prize for her paper on "Understanding and facilitating 'spillover' effects of pro-environmental behaviour across the home and work domains".

The Invention of Difference

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Prof Binna Kandola explains to BBC journalist Adam Kirtley why gender inequality exists in the workplace and what we need to do to if we are serious about changing this situation.