UK: A third of black employees feel discrimination blocks progress
from Personnel Today
1 in 5 black and minority ethnic (BAME) employees felt the same, the CIPD found, compared to just 11 percent of white British employees. BAME employees were concerned about the impact of discrimination on career progression despite the fact that they were more likely to feel career success was an important part of their life. Role models were important – BAME employees were much more likely than white British workers to want to see other people like them progressing in an organization, feeling that more diversity at senior levels would boost their own career progression.
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