We are committed to implementing and improving equality across the NHS.
The workforce race equality scheme (WRES) has nine indicators and requires NHS organisations to close the gap between the experience of black, ethnic minority and black staff with that of white staff.
WRES directly supports having a representative workforce and inclusive leadership, and indirectly supports better health outcomes and improved patient access and experience.
It will allow us to provide focus on a number of areas including:
- Black, minority and ethnic representation at senior management and Board level
- The experience of black, minority and ethnic staff in the employee relations process and NHS Staff Survey
- The non-mandatory training and development opportunities made available to black, minority and ethnic members of staff
Liz Allen, non-executive director, is our Wellbeing Guardian.
|WRES-WDES Action Plans 2023-24.docx||104.41 KB|
|Appendix 1.0 - Inclusion Action Plan (WRESWDES) 2022-23.pdf||149.24 KB|
|WRES analysis report 2021-22.pdf||278.90 KB|
|Workforce Race Equality Standard 2022 23 V3.docx||315.28 KB|
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|WRES analysis report 2019.pdf||444.96 KB|
|PWC Race Disparity Ratio Report 2022-23.doc||452.00 KB|
|WRES analysis report 2020 .pdf||575.72 KB|
|PWC Bank Workforce Race Equality Standard Report 2022-23.doc||591.50 KB|
|WRES analysis report 2018.pdf||663.08 KB|
|WRES analysis report 2020-2021.pdf||677.98 KB|