The awards ceremony, hosted by ITV News presenter Charlene White, took place last night (11th October 2016) at the Hilton Park Lane and was attended by more than 500 business leaders. Now in their 10th year, the Awards celebrate outstanding practice, innovation, and dedication to race equality and inclusion in UK workplaces.
Sandra Kerr OBE, Race Equality Director, Business in the Community, said: “Congratulations to all the winning organisations at the Business in the Community Race Equality Awards 2016. They have shown that they are ensuring BAME employees are represented at all levels within their organisation, developing the diverse talent they attract and strengthening the pipeline for the future. All the winners and finalists should be incredibly proud of their achievement, and I hope other employers will follow their lead.”
10 Years of Race Equality Awards
Key findings from ten years of commitment and innovation in progressing BAME people in the workplace.
Our research and insight have informed many of the awards categories over the years and this year a new category, Race Equality Role Model Award has been introduced as a direct result of a key finding of the Race at Work survey. Our 10th-anniversary document is a collation of best practice and innovative initiatives that will help business have an impact on and receive the benefit from action on race equality.
Click the organisation name to enjoy a multimedia presentation and learn more about their commitment to race equality and inclusion.
Champion & Executive Sponsor Award
Winner: Murray Raisbeck, KPMG
Finalists: BNY Mellon; HarperCollins; Mitie
Winner: Kevin Cunnington, Department of Work & Pensions
Royal Air Force
Recruiting Diverse Talent Award
Role Models in the Workplace Award