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November 24, 2020 | SMC Admin

Explore our new guidance on data – launched today

Today marks the launch of new guidance, making measuring socio-economic data easier than ever for employers. Data is at the heart of every forward-thinking diversity & inclusion (D&I) strategy. In order to take the right action at the right time, you first have to understand where you are at, as a business. This guidance will […]

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August 3, 2020 | SMC Admin

Young peoples’ prospects impacted by Covid and new Employer Guidance from Sutton Trust

The pandemic has already had a considerable impact on the economy, with job vacancies down, redundancies announced and more job losses likely in future. Young people entering the job market this year are likely to be particularly badly hit by the current economic crisis.   Last week, new research from the Sutton Trust found that: […]

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State of the Nation 2022 report – key insights

Our recently published State of the Nation 2022 report contains key insights on the state of social mobility right now in the UK. Using an innovative set of metrics, we were able to establish a new framework, the Social Mobility Index, to measure how socially mobile people are across the UK now, and in decades […]

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Achieving change together – ACT: driving social mobility in our profession

12/08/2022

Article from The Law Society president, I. Stephanie Boyce, on why she made #socialmobility a key priority for her presidency and what she has found out from roundtables held across the country as part of an Industry consultation.

Building an #evidence base was unanimously seen as a fundamental step for planning for #action to improve socio-economic diversity and inclusion in an organisation.

Stephanie joins us for our next employer event to discuss the importance of #culture and #leadership – find out more here, as well as how to register: http://ow.ly/khYf50KixK0

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