At the UK Statistics Authority (UKSA), our mission is to provide high quality data and analysis to inform the UK and improve lives. A commitment to inclusion and diversity is at the heart of UKSA’s organisational strategy and People Plan, critical to being an employer for all, and in our delivery of statistics for the public good.
UKSA continues to build on our ambition to be an inclusive environment where colleagues at all levels reflect the diversity of the communities we serve, bringing their individual experiences, skills, and perspectives to the work we do.
It is crucial that we continue to create a workplace in which everyone has a positive, meaningful, and purpose-driven experience of work.
We regard our gender pay gaps as a key outcome measure of our work on inclusivity. We are delighted that our 2022 pay gaps have decreased and are now equal to or lower than pre-pandemic levels. This progress has been
made through successful interventions such as our focused development programmes, clear career pathways and mutual mentoring schemes.
As we celebrate our successes however, we also remain focused on the areas we must continue to improve, such as representation of women at senior levels. We are seeing the impact of measures implemented in recent years, such as our Women into Leadership programme and we continue to implement actions to improve the diversity of our workforce.
We continue to explore and develop our understanding of UKSA’s pay gaps across different workforce groups so we can identify and tackle inequality for all.
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We want our practices to speak to the experiences of everyone in our society, so that everyone counts and is counted.