Supporting BAME Colleagues in the Workplace Manchester

Despite the current climate, BAME (Black, Asian, Minority, Ethnic) representation in the leading positions of UK workplaces remain stubbornly low. One in eight of the working age population are BAME background, and yet just one in sixteen top management positions in the UK is held by somebody from an ethnic minority background. Improving the employment rate and workplace progression for people from ethnic minorities could contribute £24 billion per year to the UK’s gross domestic product, making the business case for diversity in the workplace unavoidable. With organisations being pushed to publish their ethnicity pay gap data, it is time to start addressing the disparities that exist in our workplaces.   

The conference offers practical advice on removing the barriers that are preventing BAME representation in the workplace. We will explore how best to recruit and promote a more representative workforce, and how to encourage a positive culture change at all levels of your place of work. 

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Speakers include:

  • Rukasana Bhaijee, Senior Manager of Workforce Advisory, EY
  • Franstine Jones, Vice President, National Black Police Association 
  • Asif Sadiq, Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging, The Telegraph
  • Further speakers to be confirmed

Who should attend? 

Anyone with an interest in improving mental health in the workplace, including: employers; HR managers/officers; wellbeing officers; health & safety officers; consultants; health services providers; trade unions and representative groups.

The event is CPD certified, and a certificate is available to confirm your attendance.

Please note that the agenda and speakers are subject to change at short notice. 

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Thursday 23rd May 2019

Central Mancheser

Public Sector
1 Place £295 (+VAT)
4+ Places £250 each (+VAT)

 

Corporates
1 Place £595 (+VAT)

 

Charities
1 Place £245 (+VAT)



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