Race at Work Charter

The Race at Work Charter, seven calls to action to ensure that ethnic minority employees are represented at all levels in an organisation.

  1. Appoint an Executive Sponsor for race.
  2. Capture ethnicity data and publicise progress.
  3. Commit at board level to zero tolerance of harassment and bullying.
  4. Make clear that supporting equality in the workplace is the responsibility of all leaders and managers.
  5. Take action that supports ethnic minority career progression.
  6. Support race inclusion allies in the workplace.
  7. Include Black, Asian, Mixed Race and other ethnically diverse-led enterprise owners in supply chains.

Find out more about the Race at Work Charter.

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How mentoring supports inclusive progression

Learn about BITC’s Mentoring Circles programme which connects Black, Asian, and ethnic minority employees with mentors from other organisations, providing personal development opportunities and expanding professional networks.

A Guide for General Counsels – Ethnicity Pay Gap Reporting

Co-written by Hogan Lovells and Business in the Community (BITC) this guide for General Counsels, focuses on some of the legal considerations behind ethnicity pay gap reporting.

We are the leaders – hold us accountable!

Sandra Kerr CBE, Business in the Community (BITC) Race Director, writes of her optimism surrounding a move to an era of greater accountability and transparency.