On the first anniversary of Race at Work research, Sandra Kerr OBE commends a new report from the University of Manchester.
Sandra Kerr OBE, Race Equality Director, Business in the Com
Positive steps are needed to address the underrepresentation of BAME people in the workplace.
Survey respondent numbers show people want to talk and understand race at work.
Press release for Race at Work report launch today.
Increasing BAME representation in the workplace is vital to truly represent society.
Anthea Simmons, Chair of Board Apprentice UK reviews the recent mentoring event hosted by Sainsbury's.
The awards ceremony, which was hosted by ITV News anchor Charlene White, took place last night (6th October 2015) at the Hilton Park Lane during the Race for Opportunity 20th Anniversary Dinner and was attended by more than 500 business leaders. Now in their ninth year, the Awards recognise the awards celebrate outstanding practice, innovation and dedication to race equality and inclusion in UK workplaces.
Creative industries need to increase BAME representation.
With 10% of new recruits needing to come from a BAME background by 2020 getting attraction right is paramount.