Would you like to have a say in how the University:
Promotes equality, diversity and inclusion
Celebrates the diversity of its staff and students
Shapes its recruitment approaches to support diversity
Develops its training offer to support staff to advance their careers
Develops and delivers teaching and learning to students from diverse backgrounds.
then how about joining one of our five Staff Networks: Black Asian and Minority
Ethnic (BAME), LGBT+, Disability, Faith
and Women’s Network.
Staff Network meetings are being held and focus on planning work that helps
promote diversity and inclusion across the University. These networks have a
direct communication channel to Senior Management through the Equality,
Diversity and Inclusion Committee.
If you are
interested in being a part of any of these inspiring groups, please contact
Naseer Ahmad in the EDI Team on: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Companies may be forced to reveal their ethnicity pay gap under plans unveiled by the prime minister to help minorities at work.
Theresa May has launched a consultation on whether mandatory reporting will help address disparities between the pay and career prospects of minorities.
She acknowledged that minorities often “feel like they are hitting a brick wall” at work.
The move follows the decision to make firms reveal their gender pay gaps.
Downing Street said the consultation would allow businesses to share views on what information should be published “to allow for decisive action to be taken” while at the same time avoiding “undue burdens on businesses”. It will run until January.
The government’s Race Disparity Audit last year showed widely varying outcomes in areas including education, employment, health and criminal justice between Britain’s white and ethnic minority populations. More