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Inclusion and diversity

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I am currently working at a very large, very well known UK financial institution.

They are constantly - and I mean non stop - banging on about the subject. 

Recently one piece in the home page had a link to their senior structure chart. 

A real eye opener.

16 people. 1 was a bloke. Unless my gaydar is off he definitely ain't into burds.

About three quarters of the 15 women have pictures available. All white.

Not very diverse and inclusive - is it ? :Old:

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