Race for Opportunity research1 shows that employees, from every ethnic group, at every level and in every profession say that they are working in poor, uninspiring and unsatisfactory managerial relationships. Employees can also feel that their discretionary effort is going unrecognised, their capability to do more and be more, achieving personal ambitions as well as organisational targets is being frustrated.
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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
We have produced a series of sector factsheets. These factsheets, covering Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Media, Retail, Legal and Business, Finance Administration and Mathematics (BFAM), are packed with information and statistics, highlighting trends specific to each of the sectors.
Positive steps are needed to address the underrepresentation of BAME people in the workplace.
We asked probing questions on how leadership can support and progress race equality. Read the motivational answers and be inspired.