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May 19, 2021 | Huw Penson
Social mobility isn’t just about who gets in, it is also about who gets on. While it is important to make sure that employment opportunities are open to individuals from a low socio-economic background (SEB), it is equally crucial that once onboard, all employees have equal access to opportunities for progression. The Social Mobility Commission’s (SMC) […]Read more
November 16, 2020 | SMC Admin
Two new studies from the Social Mobility Commission highlight the importance of in-work training to progress workers out of low pay and improve social mobility. Together, these two reports show how policy makers and employers can work together to get the most out of workplace training – benefiting individual workers, business and society at large. […]Read more
This session is an opportunity for you, as an employer, to learn how to use apprenticeships to improve your socio-economic diversity and inclusion strategy. You will be able to gain unique insights from the latest data and learn how you can maximise your programme. We will look at apprenticeships’ social mobility potential, the immediate impacts […]Read more
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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 […]
Building the Baseline Report
In a report commissioned by the City of London Corporation Socio-Economic Diversity Taskforce, #evidence has found that there is a serious gap in #socioeconomic diversity in UK financial and professional services, especially at senior level.
To combat this, more data collection is required by organisations on socio-economic diversity.
❔ Not sure where to start on data collection?
🔸 Visit our toolkit for employers for guidance: https://lnkd.in/d_BHFuX
Or join the newly launched membership body, Progress Together – a membership body whose purpose is focused on enabling firms to deliver greater socio-economic diversity at senior levels across UK financial services.Find out more