Black and minority ethnic respondents are twice as likely to feel undervalued at work than their white counterparts.
71% of black respondents believe they have experienced barriers to recruitment. This is twice as many as their white counterparts.
Almost a third of non-binary people (31 per cent) and one in five trans people (18 per cent) don’t feel able to wear work attire representing their gender expression.
Disabled people have an employment rate that is 28.8 percentage points lower than that of people who are not disabled.