Employees admit to lying at work
A survey conducted by OnePoll on behalf of employment website Glassdoor reported that 49 per cent of UK employees have admitted to lying at work. The poll, which was conducted in June 2020 with a …
Research by Voice4Change England and the charities’ chief executives’ organisation ACEVO has found that
The report argues that there needs to be a change of culture and power dynamics in the sector. It says charities need to make racial equity a focus of external work as well as setting meaningful internal diversity, equity and inclusion targets, with charity leaders accountable for making progress on race equality. It says the problem in the charity sector is not only an absence of BAME people; once inside the sector, significant numbers of BAME people experience discrimination and harm.
The findings in the research report Home Truths: Undoing Racism and Delivering Real Diversity in the Charity Sector, came from 493 detailed responses to an online survey of BAME people working in the sector, 24 in-depth interviews with white and BAME participants, and two roundtables, one with racial justice activists and one with “systems-shapers” such as funders and membership bodies.