Get to Grips with your Ethnicity Data

It’s time to get to grips with your Ethnicity data! We were delighted to join the Synergised Solutions team for the final event in their Ethnicity Pay Gap webinar trilogy to share our insights.

The timing of the event seemed fitting, less than a month after the publication of a report from The Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities. The report endorsed a voluntary approach to Ethnicity Pay Gap reporting, arguing that there were statistical “pitfalls”. Ethnicity pay gap analysis does present statistical challenges, some of which we explore and offer practical solutions to in this webinar. With a robust process, expertise, and excellent communication, many of these challenges can be overcome. They should not be considered a barrier that prevents employers from analysing their Ethnicity Pay Gap.

As our CEO Anthony Horrigan explains in the webinar, there needs to be a paradigm shift in the pay gap world. Just reporting pay gap percentages is pointless. Undertaking proper analysis and looking at the representation of people throughout your workforce is much more powerful.

Thanks to everyone who joined us on the night, we really enjoyed the discussion and it was great to hear so many different perspectives and experiences! Couldn’t make it on the night? No problem, we hope you enjoy this recording.

In this webinar we discuss:

  • 📌 Where to start?!
  • 📊 How to map and analyse
  • 🚀 Turning insights into actions

If you have any questions or need help with any of the challenges raised, please get in touch:

Find out how you can support the Ethnicity Pay Gap campaign here.


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