FTSE 100 firms failing to report meaningful diversity data, CIPD study finds

FTSE 100 firms failing to report meaningful diversity data, CIPD study finds

While the vast majority (97 per cent) of FTSE 100 firms reported on skills investment and training, only 35 per cent disclosed hours of training and 16 per cent revealed training costs. Similarly, while nearly three-quarters (71 per cent) provided evidence of investment in leadership training, just 37 per cent revealed the number of apprenticeships and internships.The report also found that companies “provided more narrative than concrete data” on recruitment: 63 per cent provided narrative around recruitment strategies, while 33 per cent published data relating to recruitment.And only one in 10 (11 per cent) FTSE 100 firms published internal hire rates, which the report said was a “useful measure of in-work progression”.

https://www.peoplemanagement.co.uk/news/articles/ftse-100-firms-failing-report-meaningful-diversity-data-CIPD-study-finds

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