Workforce equality monitoring

Under the Equality Act (2010), public authorities are required to tackle discrimination and promote equal opportunities. Within the Act the “specific duty regulations” specify that a listed authority must publish equality information in a manner which is accessible to the public.

Workforce charts

Age workforce charts

Disability workforce charts

Ethnic origin workforce charts

Gender workforce charts

Religion workforce charts

Sexual orientation workforce charts

Workforce Race Equality Standard report

A Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) report has been published by NHS England and is mandatory.  It came into force on 1 April 2015.

The Standard requires every NHS organisation to publish workforce data showing the experience of BME staff compared to White staff in terms of recruitment and selection, promotion, and retention.  It also requires us to publish data based on the staff survey in relation to bullying and harassment of BME staff and White Staff, and also whether the Board’s membership is ‘broadly representative of the population they service’.

Gender pay gap report

As part of their statutory responsibilities all public and private sector bodies with a workforce of more than 250 members of staff are obliged to produce details of any gender pay gap with in their organisation.

Gender Pay Gap report 2018