The Diversity and Inclusion at Work Group promotes the use of evidence to develop links between academic researchers and practitioners in diversity management.
We do this by exploring the best academic research evidence available for understanding work and career experiences relating to diversity and inclusion and communicating this to diverse individuals, managers, HR and diversity professionals.
We review and develop resources to support this application of psychology to the workplace, and aim to ensure that the consultancy, advice, development and training in the use of research and evidence that we offer is consistently informed by the psychology underpinning work and career experiences related to diversity and inclusion in the UK.
In the long term, our goal is to be recognised as a Centre of Excellence on the application of psychology for understanding work and career experiences relating to diversity and inclusion at work in the UK.
- Articulate a valid and credible message to our audience to facilitate their understanding of the way ethnicity impacts on work and career experiences in the UK.
- Encourage research into ethnicity at work.
- Identify scientific psychological knowledge in the area of ethnic diversity in work and career experiences.
- To promote diversity in the Division of Occupational Psychology
- Transfer knowledge into practice in a valid and accessible form. Provide tools and resources to advance/support practice in this area.