Over the last 10 years, diversity and inclusion has grown into a reputational risk that businesses can no longer afford to ignore. 20 years ago, diversity and inclusion would have been a peripheral factor for organisations to consider. Today, it is a crucial vehicle in shaping stakeholder perceptions, building customer loyalty and attracting and retaining the best talent.
And now with the spotlight of equality on gender pay reporting, (with organisations that have 250 or more employees in England, Scotland and Wales required to publish their gender pay gap data by April 2018), those charged with managing reputational risk have a significant task in addressing:
We assessed a number of financial services organisations’ practices against 17 sets of progress criteria, to reveal some very compelling findings.
Find out how we rated their reputation on diversity and inclusion in the report below