Race Equality

Business in the Community’s (BITC) race equality campaign supports employers to ensure that ethnic minority employees are represented at all levels. BITC provide relevant and insightful support to members as well as campaigning for wider societal and organisational change.

BITC’s race equality campaign launched the Race at Work Charter composed of five calls to action for leaders and organisations across all sectors. Signing up means organisations taking practical steps to ensure workplaces are tackling barriers ethnic minority people face in recruitment and progression. In doing so they can their organisations are representative of British society.
Find out more about the BITC focus on race

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The First Step in Creating Data Driven Diversity Strategies

A comprehensive guide to the relatively new collection and analysis of workforce data. Read more and then go to the GLA website to download.

Race at Work Charter 2020 Survey report

Key findings from the 2020 survey including case studies outlining the lived experiences of many of the participating organisations.
Case Studies

Enterprise-Rent-a-Car Responsible Business Champion: Race

Attracting and developing the best and brightest ethnic minority talent through stakeholder engagement.

25 years of working towards racial equality in the workplace

Sandra Kerr CBE, OBE, shares an overview of the progress of the Business in the Community race equality campaign over the past 25 years.