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Our equality information helps us to identify where we have challenges and to identify actions to address these.  It helps us to understand who our staff and students are by providing a picture of our staff and student profile and it enables us to take positive action where needed.

The University is also bound by legal obligations and reporting requirements in relation to equality data.  We have to provide information to organisations like HESA through compulsory reporting of staff and student data and the Public Sector Equality Act requires us to monitor personal information (e.g. Age, Disability, Gender and Ethnicity) and to make this information available publicly.

The following staff and student data pages can be accessed by staff only.  

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Plus Icon Equal Pay Audit

We have been undertaking Equal Pay Audits since 2008.  Historical Equal Pay Audits can be viewed (by staff only) by clicking on the Staff Data button above.

Plus Icon Gender Pay Gap Report

From 2017, all employers with 250 or more employees must publish and report specific figures about their gender pay gap, which is the difference between the average earnings of men and women, expressed relative to men’s earnings.

The figures are published at a ‘snapshot date’ which for public sector employers is 31 March 2017. 

The purpose of Gender Pay Gap reporting is to achieve greater gender equality across the UK and increase pay transparency.
Gender Pay Gap Report 2017 (DOCX)

To view national figures relating to gender pay gap information, visit https://www.gov.uk/government/news/view-gender-pay-gap-information.

To view data from other universities, follow the Government's gender pay gap link above and select 'Download Data'.  Once downloaded, apply filters and type ‘universities’ into the search function to compare gender pay gap data.


Plus Icon Guidance on Equality Monitoring Questions
Advice on how to word the equality monitoring elements of your survey can be found by viewing the latest guidance from the Equality Challenge Unit (ECU).
Plus Icon Public Sector Equality Duty Report

The Equality Act 2010 introduced a General Public Sector Equality Duty, which as a University, Leeds Beckett has to meet. 

The general duty has three aims and requires us to have due regard to the need to:

  1. Eliminate unlawful discrimination, harassment and victimisation and other conduct prohibited by the Equality Act 2010;
  2. Advance equality of opportunity between people from different groups
  3. Foster good relations between people from different groups – this involves tackling prejudice and promoting understanding between people from different groups
  4. Meet the needs of people with protected characteristics

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