More full-time workers than part-time said they were recognised forpromoting an inclusive culture in their working environment.Average scores across questions were similar among both part-time and full-timeemployees, although a smaller proportion of part-time employees said they wererecognised for promoting an inclusive environment at work; 64% of full-time employeessaid they were recognised compared with only 50% of part-time employees.Among Survey respondents, women formed the majority of part-time workers (86%).The difference in scores between full time and part-time employees was prominentamong women, at 67% compared with 54%. Scores on this question for men workingfull time and part time were, by contrast, broadly similar.

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