BAME survey and consultation results

Research report now available…

Last November, the CCG asked a specialist consultancy to undertake a research project with our Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) staff.

We would like to thank all staff who took part in the survey and consultation and contributed their views.

It is important we created both the opportunity for BAME staff to share their experiences and that they trusted the process, and the intentions behind it, enough to take part.

The findings give a clear and balanced picture of people’s experience and views. Staff have told us what is good and where there is a need for improvement. As well as looking to improve where needed we should also look at what is working well and learn from that.

We are in the early stages of learning from the report. We want to hear people’s views on the results and what to do next. It would have been easy to sit down and create an action plan that ticked all the boxes in the report recommendations, but we are looking for more than a quick answer.

A BAME staff network has started meeting and will be discussing the report. The Executive and senior leadership team will also be discussing the report and will share their views. We want the Governing Body to discuss the report and share their views and ideas. All of these groups’ comments will feed into the development of the action plan, which will be agreed and shared with staff.

Please take a few minutes to read the final report from the consultation exercise.

If you have any feedback you’d like to give, please email Paul Curry our Equality and Diversity lead.

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