For any organisation, equality, diversity and inclusivity are key cornerstones to building a strong, engaged and open workforce.
We are helping employers take steps to improve their understanding of these issues.
Are you opening up the dialogue with staff members, or implementing programmes and support to develop your businesses and workforce?
The first step is to collect data from your employees and other members of staff on a range of matters relating to equality, diversity and inclusivity. But this step is arguably the most difficult. You need to grapple with diverging rules across multiple jurisdictions on what data you can and cannot collect.
To help you navigate this area, we have a dedicated HR Data Essentials microsite, including:
- A downloadable Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity – HR Data Essentials comparative chart. The chart contains a traffic light system and explanations to help you answer important questions, such as what diversity data employers can collect and how you can use such data lawfully.
- A Country Comparison Tool that can be tailored to the geographical scope and risks most relevant to you. Topics include:
- Background checks
- Building access and premises security
- Confidentiality, settlement and claims
- Coordinating international recruitment
- Country overview
- Equality, diversity and inclusion
- Flexible working BYOD and remote access
- Key documentation
- Mergers, acquisitions and business organisations
- Retaining candidate information
- Retention of staff data
- Staff monitoring
- Subject access rights
- Trade unions and works councils
- A new Country Perspectives tab which focuses on individual countries and provides in-depth analysis from our HR Data experts.