92% of White employees said that their manager promoted an inclusive environmentat work, compared with 80% of employees across all other ethnic groups. Perceptionsof employees from Mixed/Multiple Ethnic groups were particularly negative, on thisquestion; 16% disagreed that their manager promoted an inclusive environment at work.In general, White employees within leadership teams were more positive thanleaders of other ethnicities or employees not in leadership positions. Interestingly,the exception to this came on the question about being recognised for promoting aninclusive culture at work. 75% of White employees in the leadership team said that theywere recognised, compared with 83% of leaders from across all other ethnicities.80% of White employees said that at work people sought and respected differentopinions when making decisions. This compared with 66% across all other ethnicitiesand falling to 63% of Asian/Asian British employees.

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