ethnic monitoring


ethnic monitoring
ethnic monitoring UK US noun [U] UK SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, HR
the process of collecting, examining, and studying information about the nationality or race of a group of people, such as all the employees of a company, to make sure that everyone is treated fairly: »

Without ethnic monitoring, an organization will never know whether its race equality scheme or policy is working.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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