Equality and diversity: good practice for the construction sector
This 2011 report from the Equality and Human Rights Commission acknowledges that the industry had started to shown early signs of becoming more diverse but this was offset by not quantifying the benefits and a lack of joined up working and promotion. It proposes a Framework for action that covered construction works, knowledge pool, business results and impact management and communication and media. It concludes that by doing ‘just one thing’ from each of the points the industry would be better placed for change.
--Steve Sugden 14:29, 26 Jun 2020 (BST)
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