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Four UK utilities have made it onto the Bloomberg Gender Equality Index of global publicly-listed companies that have scored highly across five areas: female leadership and talent pipeline, equal pay and gender pay parity, inclusive culture, anti-sexual harassment policies, and pro-women brand. In a separate ranking, four utilities made the top 50 UK employers for inclusivity.
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The utilities sectors lag behind the national averages for representation of staff with disabilities, those from ethnic minority backgrounds, women and young people according to data analysis by Energy & Utility Skills.
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In the third of a series of articles, Adam John speaks to the winners of the Young Energy Professionals awards about how to ensure greater diversity and inclusion in the sector.
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Ofgem chief Jonathan Brearley has spoken about how he wants the regulator to act as a diversity leader in the wake of the recent Black Lives Matter protests. Brearley added that as the regulator Ofgem can take further steps so that its policies consider the impact on different groups.
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Octopus Energy chief executive Greg Jackson talks to Utility Week about the decision to introduce unconscious bias training and to move away from CVs in recruitment - both aimed at boosting diversity. The company has also raised funds to allow staff to go on a secondment to anti-racism organisations in the wake of international protests sparked by the death of George Floyd in the US.
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