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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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Blue graph from Benchmarking 2014 report
01 December 2014
Key findings •    BAME employees are less likely to be rated in the top two performance rating categories•    No significant difference in overall appraisal ratings between men and women •    Women and BAME employees are less likely to be identified...
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06 November 2014
Inclusive leaders get the best out of all their people, helping their organisations to succeed in today’s complex, diverse national and global environment.  Through their skills in adaptability, building relationships and developing talent,...
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22 October 2014
If you are serious about change, you as Partners and senior leaders need to take the lead on women’s progression, moving this from a diversity initiative to a core business priority. Create a truly agile organisation, with women and men able to work...

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