Network groups play a crucial role in advancing the interests of under-represented groups and make a valuable contribution to the organisation. Part of unearthing your P.O.W.E.R is being aware of the business case for staff networks, data surrounding the value of diversity and understanding their impact. Take a look at the various reports and videos. Don't forget to listen to the case against staff networks audio monologue.
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This inclusion guide provides good practice and supporting case studies of black and minority ethnic (BME) staff networks operating across the NHS and identifies what specific support might be needed for staff networks to be more effective and fit for purpose.
Building on the findings of the Improving through inclusion report, the WRES Implementation team commissioned The Power of Staff Networks to oversee a project with two goals:
1. Attempt to identify where BME staff networks exist in the NHS
2. Assess the status of the networks in terms of their maturity and impact.
This report is designed to provide a clear, evidence based review of the benefits of staff networks. The review considered evidence from academic and practitioner literature in order to investigate the benefits of staff networks to employees and organisations.
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