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Race at Work Charter Insights: Ethnicity Pay Gap Reporting

Apr 14
Date and time
Wed, 14 April  @  10:30  -  12:00
Price
Free of charge to members and non-members of BITC
Location
Webinar
Audience
Open to BITC members and non-members, HR/people/talent management practitioners/managers, Wellbeing practitioners/managers
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Audience

Open to BITC members and non-members, HR/people/talent management practitioners/managers and Wellbeing practitioners/managers
Free of charge to members and non-members of BITC

Wed, 14 April 2021  @  10:30  –  12:00

Join us for the launch of Hogan Lovell’s Ethnicity Pay Gap Report (EPGR) showcasing the latest insights and solutions to improve racial equality in the workplace.

About the webinar
This webinar will explain the value of monitoring employee diversity, show the best ways to encourage disclosure and demonstrate how the information can be used to improve racial equality in the workplace. It will also set out the current trends in ethnicity pay gap reporting among Race at Work Charter signatories.

Audience
This event is open to both Business in the Community (BITC) members and non-members. It is designed to support signatories of the Race at Work Charter.

Why capture ethnicity data?
Capturing ethnicity data and publicising progress is the second call to action in BITC’s Race at Work Charter. Capturing data is important for establishing a baseline and measuring progress. It is a crucial step towards an organisation reporting on ethnicity pay differentials. Ethnicity pay gap reporting helps hold employers accountable for any disparities between different ethnic groups, draws attention to specific areas of concern, and drives a case for action to be taken to mitigate these imbalances.

Mandatory ethnicity pay gap reporting is the first call to action in BITC’s Race at Work: The Black Voices report. The report uses previously unpublished data from YouGov and BITC’s 2018 Race At Work survey to shine a light on the specific challenges faced by black colleagues in the workplace. For more information on capturing ethnicity data, download BITC’s Monitoring Ethnicity: A Comprehensive Guide for Employers toolkit.

Contact details and further information
For more information, contact Florence Hughes, Events Manager at BITC.

Full joining instructions will be sent before the event.

Following government advice on social distancing, all BITC events over the coming months will be delivered remotely via digital technology. Details on how to join will be sent prior to the event.

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