BoE minority staff score lower in first diversity survey

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Minority staff at the Bank of England indicated lower ratings than staff who identify as white “on every measure of inclusion” according to the results of the Bank of England’s first “cognitive diversity” survey.

The survey, an initiative launched as part of the BoE’s Inclusion Week, measured 12 different aspects of cognitive diversity – or how ‘included’ people feel – from flexible working, interpersonal interactions, recruitment and promotion.

“Our results indicate colleagues are generally

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