School Advocacy

AriSEE’s Role Model Project

The role model project is an opportuinity for our young service users to see and hear people who reflect their background in a variety of aspirational job roles who explain the challenges of working in the industry.

This service is presently unavailable.

“Supporting progression Progression remains important to BAME employees with 70% saying that career progression is important to them, compared to only 42% of White British employees. However, over half of BAME employees (52%), believe that they will have to leave their current organisation to progress in their career, in contrast with 38% of White British employees who believe this.” – RACE AT WORK 2018, The McGregor-Smith Review

“49% of employees said that they had received equality and diversity training in 2015. In 2018, 48% of employees said that this is the case. Only 4% of employees said that this training is mandatory for managers.
In 2018, 1 in 4 employees (24%) said their employer does not offer any equality and diversity training. This is a slight increase than the 22% who reported this in 2015.” – RACE AT WORK 2018, The McGregor-Smith Review

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