Information to Identify Equality IssuesInformation to help us identify equality issues includes equality monitoring information about our employees and our service users. It also covers information about the effect of the Council's activities on people with different protected characteristics and the engagement we have carried out.
Employment information for 2010-2011:
The following list shows employment information relating to the whole of the Council broken down by the protected characteristics of gender, age, race, disability, religion and sexual orientation across the different grades of staff and showing whether these staff work full or part time. Also included is information on average pay by gender, and data relating to grievances and dismissals broken down by protected characteristic.
- The race, disability, gender and age distribution of the Council's workforce at different grades
- The race, disability, gender, and age distribution of full and part time Council staff
- The representation of sexual orientation and religion and belief across the Council's Workforce
- Issues raised by and support for transsexual staff
- Gender pay gap information
- Information regarding occupational segregation will be collected for future reporting. See the links above for the current information we hold regarding the breakdown of staff by protected characteristics.
- There were no complaints about discrimination or other prohibited conduct from staff during this reporting period.
- Staff Survey results for 2011 broken down by protected characteristic as far as possible. These are available in the formats below:
Information on the Council's Services and Other Functions
The following information shows the information we have collated relating to the various services provided by the Council.
The equality monitoring data we collect provides information about access to services or participation rates for people with the different protected characteristics.
The Council uses satisfaction ratings to measure and manage customer satisfaction with our services and to assess how effectively we are addressing local priorities.
Wealden District Council seeks to manage its performance to deliver efficient, effective and economic services.