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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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Social mobility masterclass for employers #4: Advocacy
Advocacy – becoming an advocate for change, with PWC Thursday 15 October 2020, 2pm Our fourth session in this series, Advocacy, with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) is about changing perceptions and striving for change beyond your organisation. Once you have pin-pointed the commercial, as well as the moral, arguments for increasing socio-economic diversity, it then becomes about […]
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