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Allen & Overy
The Smart Start programme aims to change perceptions by granting more young people access to the inside of a law firm.
Researchers worked with staff to learn barriers faced by those from lower socio-economic backgrounds.
With over 470 branches, Enterprise recruit the best people regardless of socio-economic background.
A baseline of employees’ socio-economic background was key to their inclusive workplace strategy.
JLL sees clear reasons for increasing the socio-economic diversity of its workforce.
KPMG take action to maximise the diversity of its workforce, ensuring all employees feel included.
Ministry of Justice
High-quality data is key to understanding socio-economic diversity in this varied organisation.
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