Transparency data

Public sector equality duty: staff equality information

Equality information relating to members of staff that are employed by the Cabinet Office.

Documents

Cabinet Office diversity data: March 2013

Cabinet Office diversity data: March 2012

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Cabinet Office diversity data: March 2011

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Cabinet Office diversity data: March 2010

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Detail

The Public sector equality duty came in to force in April 2011 (s.149 of the Equality Act 2010) and it brought the three previous duties on disability, gender and race together into a single duty, which were extended to cover the remaining protected characteristics (age, sexual orientation, religion or belief, pregnancy and maternity, and gender reassignment). 
 
Our equality information relates to members of staff that are employed by the Cabinet Office. Work continues to include all the protected characteristics.