Recruiters urged to get anti-racism reporting policies in order

Recruiters have been urged to review reporting procedures for their own staff and agency workers out on assignment in light of shocking new research revealing the extent of racism in Britain’s workplaces.

The Racism at Work survey, commissioned by the Trade Union Congress (TUC), found over 40% of those who reported a racist incident said they were either ignored, or that they had subsequently been identified as a ‘troublemaker’. Meanwhile...

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