Race Equality Awards 2018 Winners and Finalists

Taking a strategic approach to tackling race equality

The Business in the Community Race Equality Awards celebrate the outstanding practice, innovation and dedication to race equality and inclusion in UK workplaces.
 

Leadership Award

This award recognises employers who are working towards increasing the number of BAME people in leadership on boards and executive levels and to increase the number of senior champions and executive sponsors for race at senior levels. 

Winner: HSBC
Highly commended:  St Mungo's

Progression Award

The Progression Award recognises employers who are working towards increasing the representation of BAME people at management levels and to speed up the progression of BAME employees in the workplace.

Winner:  Accenture 


 

Recruitment Award

The Recruitment Award recognises employers who are working towards ensuring all recruitment processes are free from discrimination and racial bias at every stage, and take steps to outreach and to attract diverse talent.

Private Sector 

Winner:  Enterprise-Rent-A-Car
Highly commended:  Capgemini


Public / Third Sector

Winner:  The British Army
Highly commended:  Southbank Centre 
 

Only the organisations identified as a Best Employer for Race were eligible to be considered for a Business in the Community Race Equality Award.