United Kingdom: Lloyds Banking Group aims to double number of people with disabilities in senior roles

British banking group Lloyds has a "disability target", which will be to reach 900 employees with disabilities in management roles by 2025, up from 450 at present. The move marks the first time the group, which employs 58,000 people, has set itself an objective in this area.

Through Jessica Agache-Gorse. Published on 14 April 2023 Ă  14h26 - Update on 14 April 2023 Ă  14h26

An internal diversity survey carried by Lloyds Bank indicated that 6% of its senior managers have a disability, such as musculoskeletal disorders, hearing problems or mental health issues such as autism or hyperactivity (ADHD).…

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