Flying High: How easyJet Does Diversity & Inclusion Right

While there have been great strides made in workplace equality over the past several decades, there are still many firms that struggle to create a truly diverse and inclusive environment — something that is often reflected in workplace statistics and surveys. For example, only seven percent of FTSE 100 companies have female leaders, members of BAME groups currently make up fewer than 10 percent of management jobs and more than a third of LGBT staff have yet to come out at work due to fears of discrimination. Most recently, a Glassdoor survey found that 55 percent of UK workers had witnessed discrimination based on age, gender, race or LGBTQ status in the workplace. Increasingly, employees are demanding change — the same survey found that 54 percent of UK workers believe that their companies should be doing more to increase diversity and inclusion (D&I). But what…



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