William Hill has achieved it's highest ever score in the Financial Times Diversity Leaderes table. Ranked 14th out of 30 in the Travel and Leisure sector, William Hill is the only betting and gaming company on the list
The Financial Times
has published its fourth annual Diversity Leaders ranking. William Hill has achieved its highest ever score (7.60) and been ranked 227th out of 850 companies featured in the final list. William Hill is also 14th out of 30 in the Travel and Leisure sector, and the only betting and gaming company on the list.
The survey of more than 100,000 employees from 15,000 companies across Europe is conducted by the FT's research partner Statista. It assesses employees' perception of their own employer's diversity and inclusion practices and places higher value on the appraisals of women, the elderly, and the ethnically diverse.
Participants were asked to what extent they thought their employer promoted diversity on a scale from zero to 10. Employees were then asked to give their opinion on a series of statements surrounding age, gender, ethnicity, disability, and sexual orientation. The survey also asked participants to give their perception of practices adopted by other prominent employers in their respective industries.
Only companies with a written policy on diversity and inclusion, or a public commitment to diversity, were considered for the list. A further process was also carried out to remote or demote companies involved in going cases, investigations, or reports of workplace discrimination. The 850 companies receiving the highest total scores made the final list of Diversity Leaders.
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