D&I | NatWest to boost number of black staff in top roles

NatWest to boost number of black staff in top roles

Banking giant NatWest has pledged to increase the number of black staff in its senior roles within the business, the Guardian reported.

NatWest Group announced plans to boost the number of black staff from one per cent to three per cent in senior positions as part of its new racial equality pledge that also includes shutting down accounts of customers who are racially abusive towards employees.

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