Anti-racism in the Workplace

Our Inclusive Employers’ anti-racism toolkit, ‘Building an anti-racist culture: A toolkit for your workplace’ has been created to help you to embed an anti-racist culture in your organisation.

About the Inclusive Employers anti-racism toolkit

We are incredibly excited to finally launch our anti-racism toolkit! It’s been a year in the making and we have created a toolkit that is practical and useful for all employers, no matter where your organisation’s anti-racism work is right now.

Following racist events in the UK and across the globe we knew we needed to do something to create lasting change and agreed that our expertise and experience would be best used in the context of the workplace.

We took the time to speak to lots of different organisations about where they are with anti-racism and put in many months of research. We wanted to understand how and why we got here, how racism affects everyone, and how we could work to solve the problem within our workplaces – and, by extension, society. By adding our professional experience, we created a toolkit that helps you to make practical changes. It discusses the why, describes the what, and, most important of all, helps you with the how.

We would like to extend a huge thank you to all those who have shared their experience and expertise, helping us to shape our work.

The toolkit itself is a guide to taking practical action.

It is available to purchase as a full toolkit with ‘how to’ guides included:

Building anti-racist cultures: a toolkit for your workplace
£199 + VAT
A 162-page guide that is practical and useful for all employers, no matter where your organisation’s anti-racism work is right now. The toolkit includes the ‘how to’ guides.

If you prefer, you can buy the ‘how to’ guides separately:

Building anti-racist cultures: ‘how to’ guides for your workplace
£99 + VAT
Our nine ‘how to’ guides have been designed to support you to take practical action in your organisation to build an anti-racist culture.

Building anti-racist cultures: a toolkit for your workplace

£199 + VAT

Designed to help you take practical action, our 162-page guide contains all the practical advice you need to embed an anti-racist culture in your organisation. The toolkit provides guidance for everyone in your organisation, from HR and I&D leads to business leaders, to managers and employees, and includes a series of ‘how to’ guides with step-by-step best practice. Take a look at the contents page for an overview of what’s included.

 



Building anti-racist cultures: ‘how to’ guides for your workplace

£99 + VAT

Our ‘how-to’ guides are available to purchase separately. The nine guides provide step-by-step best practice to support the implementation of anti-racist principles in your organisation:

  1. How to: adopt anti-racist and inclusive language
  2. How to: challenge racism as active bystanders, allies, and accomplices
  3. How to: write your anti-racism strategy
  4. How to: write an ethnicity pay gap report
  5. How to: deal with detractors in your direct team or department
  6. How to: deal with race related issues
  7. How to: design robust policies and processes
  8. How to: write equality impact assessments
  9. How to: take an anti-racist approach to recruitment

 


Inclusive Employers members receive a 25% discount. Please ensure you’re logged in to receive the discount automatically.

Take your first step to building an anti-racist culture in your organisation by buying your copy today.

 

Why we need an anti-racism toolkit

Ethnic minority people are still not proportionally represented in the workplace. We’re still seeing CEOs blaming a lack of diverse talent in the pipeline, rather than a commitment to understanding why attraction and retention processes are failing. Employees are reporting that they have received unfair treatment because of their race. Unemployment figures are much higher among ethnic minority groups. We know from research that diverse teams make businesses more successful in every way.

Our infographic looks at the reality of racism in UK workplaces and highlights how we still have a long way to go to embed anti-racist cultures in the workplace.