Monitoring

The changing demographic of the UK workforce –its age, its education background and its ethnicity – means that employers need to ensure that they are creating workplaces that truly are equal for all in work today, tomorrow and beyond. Featured in our Race at Work report are a series of recommendations for action by employers to fully utilise the diverse talent available. Our series of toolkits support these recommendations providing clear and pragmatic information and guidance.









Eleanor Silverio, UK HR Benefits Policy Lead at Shell, believes SPL has encouraged the company to think more flexibly about its entire workforce. SPL has led Shell to review all existing ‘leave’ policies, considering whether they are still fit for purpose or whether they need to be adjusted to meet the demands of the modern workforce.
The Transparency Award is a partnership between Business in the Community and the Government Equalities Office which recognises organisations that are taking an active role in evaluating gender equality in their workplaces, taking action and publically reporting their progress. This is award is aligned with the Think, Act, Report Initiative.
The Transparency Award is a partnership between Business in the Community and the Government Equalities Office which recognises organisations that are taking an active role in evaluating gender equality in their workplaces, taking action and publically reporting their progress. This is award is aligned with the Think, Act, Report Initiative.
The Transparency Award is a partnership between Business in the Community and the Government Equalities Office which recognises organisations that are taking an active role in evaluating gender equality in their workplaces, taking action and publically reporting their progress. This is award is aligned with the Think, Act, Report Initiative.
The Equality and Human Rights commission warns that thousands of people could be at risk of being denied jobs and services each year due to unlawful, discriminatory adverts.
Complaints about adverts which discriminate against older workers or on the basis of sex appear the most common but people are also being prevented from having a fair shot at work opportunities because of their disability, ethnicity, sexual orientation and other characteristics, according to evidence gathered by the Commission.