Ethnic minority employees believe that they face obstacles in their career development, and a few really feel pressured to stop their employment in order to progress, says a recent study. The survey, investigated the levels of career ambition and subsequent career development of black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) employees in the UK. The survey found that, despite excessive ranges of ambition, BAME staff feel that they are promoted less frequently than their white counterparts and practically 50% imagine that they need to give up their organisation with the intention to progress in their career. In accordance with the findings, BAME staff go on fewer training courses and lack access to mentors – despite high demand for each with the intention to progress their careers – and now have low confidence that their senior management treats all ethnic teams fairly.
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