Race to end workplace bias
by SUNDER KATWALA Director, British Future ONE year ago, the government published the Race Disparity audit, the most comprehensive guide yet to what needs to change to deliver equal opportunity in a multi-ethnic society. Needing to show that momentum was being maintained, the government marked the anniversary with a new Race at Work charter, and began consulting on whether firms should have to report on the ethnic pay gap. Prime minister Theresa May said the goal was “to make sure the UK’s organisations, boardrooms and senior management teams are truly reflective of the workplaces they manage”. Traditionally, ethnic discrimination has…
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