Research Articles

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Line graph depicting benchmark trends
19 February 2015
Key findings Unconscious bias continues to play a role during all the stages of recruitment of BAME candidates, from application, through shortlisting and interview to job offer. There is a significant drop-off in the proportion of BAME graduates...
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19 February 2015
Key findings The gender pay gap for benchmarking organisations is 16.6%. One in five organisations has never conducted an equal pay audit (for gender). Three in five organisations currently carry out pay audits (for gender). The gender pay gap for...
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Benchmarking graphs from the 2014 analysis
01 December 2014
Key findings •    BAME women are least likely to hold executive directorships and non- executive directorships•    BAME women are more likely to be promoted than BAME men •    Executive directorships are less likely to be diverse by gender and...
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Benchmarking graphs from the 2014 analysis
01 December 2014
Key findings •    Women are twice as likely to make formal complaints than men •    BAME employees are more likely to make formal complaints than white employees•    BAME women are most likely to make a formal complaint •    Organisations are taking...

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