Survey analysis

Equality, diversity and human rights categories

All items: Equality, diversity and human rights

  • Diversity and inclusion survey 2020

    21 April 2020

    XpertHR research provides data on employers' strategies, priorities and practices around diversity and inclusion.

  • Ethnicity pay gap reporting: 2019 survey

    5 November 2019

    XpertHR research finds some backing for ethnicity pay gap reporting, although few employers are doing it yet.

  • Gender pay gap reporting survey 2018: Responses to the first round of reports

    8 November 2018

    More than 10,000 employers published gender pay gap data for the first time in 2018. XpertHR asked how employees and others responded and what employers plan to do next.

  • Gender pay and bonus gaps: 2018 data

    4 July 2018

    XpertHR analyses more than 10,000 first-round gender pay gap reports to identify the best and worst pay and bonus gaps by industry and organisation size.

  • Reporting the gender pay gap: 2017 XpertHR survey

    23 November 2017

    With less than six months to go before all organisations with 250 or more employees are obliged to report their gender pay gap data, XpertHR asked employers how they were progressing and what issues they were encountering.

  • Gender pay gap reporting survey 2016: employer plans

    17 March 2016

    Employers have another year before they have to calculate their gender pay gap, but many are planning for this already, finds XpertHR research.

  • Equality and diversity policies: the 2013 XpertHR survey

    19 August 2013

    The challenges and opportunities surrounding diversity and equality remain high on the agenda for employers wishing to ensure regulatory compliance, finds the latest XpertHR research.

  • How to deal with bullying and harassment: 2012 XpertHR survey

    19 November 2012

    Bullying and harassment are widespread issues in the workplace and can best be tackled using mediation, training and employee awareness campaigns, according to XpertHR research. Although two-thirds of respondents say that this type of behaviour rarely occurs, there is room for employers to improve employee understanding of the issue and to ensure that breaches can be reported privately, and investigated in a skilled and independent manner.

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