Sandra Kerr, Race Equality Director, Business in the Community shares insights from BiTC’s report on Race and mental health at work.
If you are a Member or Partner of Business Disability Forum, you can watch the whole sessions.
BiTC has also provided a range of tools (see below) to provide support for organisations around race, mental health and inclusion.
The resources provide a range of practical tips for managers, HR professionals, D&I leads and more: Mental Health and Wellbeing for Ethnically Diverse Women – A practical guide for Managers
2020 and 2021 has been a challenging time for many, BITC provides some insight: Black, Asian and Minority Women Mental Health and COVID-19
Bringing some practical ideas into inclusion in the workplace: Everyday Inclusion – What really works?
Insights into mental health in the workplace: Mental Health at Work 2020,
Topics to consider in your organisation with the guide: Let’s talk about Race
Gender and race is becoming more talked about in the workplace, have you considered age as a factor around mental health? Read the BiTC’s report on Age and Mental Health at Work
BiTC provide insightful facts and statistics in this Race at Work Black Voices Report 2020
How colleagues and leaders can provide allyship: Anti-Racism and Allyship in the workplace: A brief Guide.