‘Partnership is the Secret of Progress’: Article published by ‘People Management’ 1996 which initiated the concept of Equality and Diversity as being an interdependent discipline and denounced those who sought to argue whether the matter should be specifically termed one or the other. Viki’s article was subsequently used by the various equality Commissions to embrace the terminology ‘Equality & Diversity’. Subsequently adding the term Inclusion – she was the first to capture the abbreviation of EDI with one of her major clients. Her terminology has since been adopted by the many.
‘A Single Equality Act – Beauty or Beast?’: A critical analysis of the impact of a Single Equality Act on private sector employees. January 2006
‘Resourcing in the 21st Century – Missing the Opportunity’: Kingshill was commissioned by Bartlett Merton – then the 6th largest UK recruitment advertising agency – to design and conduct research into the business advantages of diversity management for recruitment & resourcing. Initial summary results were presented at the CIPD conference in October 2000, and full report published 2001.
‘The One Step Ahead Collection’: Still the definitive evidence of the bottom line benefits of implementing E&D related polices. Written as a result of original research by Kingshill directly with the case-study employers contained in the Collection. Published in 1997, but still the unique and definitive collection of bottom-line evidence of how diversity management can add value.
‘The Real Difference Project’: A major research project in March 2000 with two key outputs. Firstly determining objectively what differentiates corporate stayers and leavers in terms of values and motivation, according to variables including age, gender and professional function. Secondly it provided participant companies with a critical assessment of the impact, significance and effectiveness of company practices in resourcing and retaining professional and managerial staff, through a life-values lens. The survey process was managed in conjunction with our CoPeople brand
‘Religion and Belief in the Workplace’: A report into the facts and data regarding employer obligations and good practice, in responding to diverse religious needs in the UK workplace. 1999.
‘Making the Most’: Researched and written by Kingshill, this acclaimed booklet demonstrates the business benefits of employers harnessing the abilities of women in science, engineering, and technology. Published in 1995 jointly by The Dept of Trade and Industry, and Opportunity Now
‘Demographic Trends in Europe’: A reference tool demonstrating the facts influencing diversity in eight European countries. Published March 1996.