Black employees heavily discriminated against within financial services industry

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Black employees are the least likely to report equal recognition at work relative to their colleagues, according to the report.
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Black employees are the least likely to report equal recognition at work relative to their colleagues, according to the report.

Half (52%) of black employees in the financial services industry have said they do not have equal opportunities at work, according to a new survey from reboot. and Coleman Parks.

The Race to Equality: UK Financial Services report surveyed 800 employees from 440 UK financial services firms of various sizes and found serious problems of racism and discrimination within the industry...

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