The Best Employers for Race list was one of the recommendations made in the McGregor-Smith Review of race in the workplace in 2017, to showcase best practice on race equality in UK workplaces.
Successful organisations had to evidence that they are committed to creating inclusive workplace cultures and taking action in at least one of three areas - leadership, progression and recruitment. They also had to be able to demonstrate the impact of these policies on Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) employees.
The listing is unranked and includes 65 public and private sector organisations listed in alphabetical order who collectively represent the best employers for BAME people in the UK.
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