Equal opportunities monitoring
We’re committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace, but we need your help to do that!
To help us make sure we’re doing everything we can to build a diverse and inclusive workplace, we ask all staff to complete our Equal Opportunities Monitoring form. Your answers will be used to help us better understand where we need to focus our efforts to make sure we’re encouraging a diverse mix of applications.
We’d appreciate your help, but filling in this form is completely voluntary. Although we do ask your name, your responses will be pseudonymised so the data cannot attributed to a specific individual without the use of additional information that’s stored separately from your responses.
After completing this survey, a new record will be automatically created in Salesforce that contains all of your responses – except for your first name and last name. Instead, each record will be given a unique response ID.
Your responses, including your first name, last name and the unique response ID, will also be saved by Form Assembly (a third-party platform that we use to host many of our forms).
After the survey closes, a CSV file will be downloaded from Form Assembly containing just first names, last names and unique response IDs. This file will be password protected and stored securely by the Talent team. All survey responses will then be deleted from Form Assembly.
In the event of an individual leaving The Charity, a member of the Talent team will use the password-protected file to find that individual’s unique response ID, so they can change the Salesforce record to reflect that they’re now Charity alumni, rather than a current staff member.
At this point, the individual’s data will be removed from the password-protected file and the record in Salesforce will be fully anonymised.
HRZone Culture Pioneer Awards
We were delighted to have been named a Culture Pioneer by HRZone in their inaugural Culture Pioneer Awards 2020.
We are proud to have been named one of the Best Charities to Work For 2020 by Third Sector.
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