3 in 10 black employees say discrimination to blame for failing to achieve their career expectations

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29% of black employees say that discrimination has played a part in a lack of career progression to date, almost three times as many as white British employees, according to a new survey by the CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development.

Posted inNews archiveon04 Dec 2017

One in five BAME employees (20%) said that discrimination had played a part in a lack of career progression to date, compared to just one in ten (11%) white British employees. This comes despite the fact that significantly more BAME employees said career progression was an important part of their working life

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