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Webinar: Ethnicity Data: Key Trends and Themes

Oct 12
Date and time
Mon, 12 October  @  11:00  -  12:30
Included in BITC membership
Webinar United Kingdom
Open to all BITC members
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Open to all BITC members
Included in BITC membership

Mon, 12 October 2020  @  11:00  –  12:30

This event will explore the key themes and trends occurring amongst organisations who have already started disclosing their data, as well as emerging best practice.

About the webinar
We are pleased to invite HR Data Hub, who will introduce themselves and discuss key insights that they have identified on ethnicity data. BITC will also discuss its view on EPG, as well as showcase our new offer around this.

Guest Speakers

  • David Whitfield, CEO & Founder at HR Data Hub

This event will be suitable for BITC members, HR Data Hub members and new members who are interested in BITC’s Race Campaign. Places are limited and will be reserved on a first come, first serve basis. Due to size restrictions, we are limited to offering one place per member organisation.

Ethnicity Pay Gap reporting is an area which is increasingly on the UK political radar encouraged by the Government sponsored McGregor-Smith Review. The implementation of mandatory disclosure of this data will help to hold UK companies accountable for disparities within the workplace.

About BITC’s work on Race
Racism happens every day. We need allies who can act at all times, not just when violence reaches the media. People in every workplace must learn about their role in ensuring their company is a safe place for all kinds of people to work. 

Read more about BITC’s Race agenda.

Contact details and further information
For more information on this event, contact Ellie Jefford, Events Coordinator at BITC.

BITC will send full joining instructions before the event.

Following government advice on social distancing, all BITC events over the coming months will be delivered remotely via digital technology.

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