Annual Reporting

Workforce Race Equality Standard

The Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) ensures eective collection, analysis and use of workforce data to address the under-representation of BME sta in the NHS.

Information about the WRES can be found on the NHS England website NHS England – The Workforce Race Equality Standard

The latest WRES report and action plan approved by the Trust Board in July 2019 is here.

Workforce Race Equality Standard Poster

Workforce Disability Equality Standard

The Workforce Disability Equality Standard (WDES) ensures effective collection, analysis and use of workforce data to address the under-representation of staff with a disability in the NHS.

Information about the WDES can be found on the NHS England website here.

These metrics have been shared with the Trust’s Staff Disability Network ahead of publishing and an action plan has been developed together in partnership.

2019 Disability Workforce Metrics

Disability 2019 Poster

UHMBT Sexual Orientation Equality Standard

Understanding current employee experience for different groups is important to UHMBT, in order to identify areas where the Trust can make improvements and ensure a supportive and inclusive working environment for everyone.

UHMBT has developed its own equality metrics learning from the approach of the Workforce Race Equality Standard.

These metrics have been shared with the Trust’s LGBT network ahead of publishing and an action plan has been developed together in partnership.

This is the fourth year of reporting against these metrics for UHMBT.

2019 Sexual orientation equality standard metrics

LGBT 2019 Poster

Gender Pay Reporting 

The Gender Pay Gap requirements have presented a valuable opportunity for our Trust.

As an organisation we are committed to inclusion, as evidenced by our being positioned as 7th most inclusive employer in the UK, and one of our key strategic aims is to ensure that our organisation is 'a great place to be cared for and a great place to work'.

Following government consultation, it became mandatory for any organisation with over 250 employees to report annually (from 30 March 2018) on their gender pay gap. Our gender pay gap analysis is available at the links below.

UHMBT Gender Pay Gap Analysis 2018 (31st March 2017 data)

UHMBT Gender Pay Gap Analysis 2019 (31st March 2018 data)

UHMBT Gender Pay Gap Report (31st March 2019 data)

Gender pay reporting poster 2019

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