Diversity Issues

This event provides an exciting opportunity for leaders in the area of race equality and responsible business people to connect and debate the most impactful actions with other leaders. The insight gleaned from this session will help us to inform, inspire and engage leaders across the large and small business spectrum.
This toolkit provides guidance, advice and best practice on how to equalise the earnings and positions of women and men in your organisation and close your gender pay gap.
You’ve calculated your gender pay gap and identified the biggest causes, now it’s time to publish. How will you communicate this internally and externally, to everyone from your employees to the media?
You’ve calculated your gender pay gap, now you can explore the data in more detail. Why, in 2019, do women earn on average less than men and what’s driving your gender pay gap?
This invitation only breakfast is for HR Directors to discuss how best to respond to the opportunities and challenges of an ageing workforce, skills shortages as well as effective interventions to encourage retention and support longer working lives. 
Business in the Community’s Race into Work: the employment status of Black Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) leavers from Higher Education in 2011/2012.
 
Four years ago, Business in the Community’s race equality campaign reported briefly on the success rates of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) graduates finding employment after leaving higher education at the end of the 2008/09 academic year.1 The report found that employment outcomes were substantially different between white and BAME graduates. In particular - that BAME graduates were significantly less likely to be employed even though they were qualified. A review of the same HESA2 data for the academic year ending 2011/12 highlighted some interesting trends but not necessarily of a positive nature: