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Diversity Data July 2017
Diversity Data.
Diversity Data.

Diversity Data July 2017

Equal Opportunity

Thorneycroft Solicitors are committed to promoting equality and diversity and equal opportunities in employment. Our employees and prospective employees receive equal treatment regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.

Our policy makes it clear that we do not tolerate any form of discrimination. This applies to all aspects of employment within the workplace, from recruitment to promotion and training as well as outside the workplace when dealing with clients and other work related contacts or when attending work related events.

We strive to ensure that all of our employees and the people we deal with understand our policy. By analysing our workforce data we hope to improve our approach and initiatives towards equality and diversity. Our data is reviewed periodically and the results updated on our website.

Summary of Results:

Our latest survey was completed in July 2017 and a summary of the results is shown below:

  • 71% of respondents were female;
  • 15% of respondents have attained partnership or managerial status;
  • 7% of respondents were aged between 16 and 24 and 9% aged between 55 and 64;
  • 94% of respondents do not suffer from any form of disability;
  • 7% of respondents are limited in the work that they do as a result of disability;
  • Whilst the majority of our staff consider themselves to be of white British ethnicity, we also have staff from Asian, African and other ethnic groups.
  • 85% of respondents attended UK state schools and the remainder attended independent schools or educational establishments outside of the UK;
  • 40% of our workforce did not attend University. Of those who did, 24% were not the first generation in their family to do so;
  • 28% of respondents said they are a primary carer for a child under 18;
  • 5% of respondents said they had responsibility for helping or supporting other family members.

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