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Report: Mckenzie-Delis Packer Review

The McKenzie-Delis Packer Review is a ground breaking report on D&I in the UK workplace with the FTSE 500 & Leaders in Public Sector Institutions in partnership with Ipsos MORI & DIAL Global. By factoring in ten facets of diversity and inclusion, this Review represents a significant step forward in how diversity and inclusion is debated and considered and provides a view into where we are, and what more we need to do.

Report: Mckenzie-Delis Packer Review 1

Key findings:

  • Seven in ten of participating organisations report progress against measurable objectives for Leadership Team gender diversity, yet only half specify gender diversity in Leadership Team succession planning.
  • Of participating organisations, four in ten report their progress against measurable objectives for Leadership Team ethnic diversity. Over half have initiatives for increasing ethnic diversity in their Leadership Teams and half specify ethnic diversity in Leadership Team succession planning.
  • Nine in ten of participating organisations have a process to ensure employees with disabilities and long-term conditions have the adjustments they require at work. However, only 58% have communicated and engaged with the workforce on why disability inclusion is important to the organisation.

The recommendations in the report from the review committee members sets out an in depth and holistic summary of how organisations can move the dial on D&I. These forward thinking recommendations are crucial to accelerating the pace of change as the modern world of business and the society demands a more diverse and inclusive Boards.

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