Annual Review in aid of UpReach - A social mobility charity supporting undergraduates from less-advantaged backgrounds to secure top jobs

The McKenzie Delis Packer Review is a groundbreaking report on diversity and inclusion in the UK workplace. The Review provides an evaluation
and analysis of a diversity and inclusion survey completed with 79 self-selecting UK organisations looking specifically at ten facets of diversity.

This encompasses race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, mental health, disability, socioeconomic background, nationality, religion, and parenthood. The review was commissioned to broaden the awareness and understanding of visible and invisible segments of diversity and better understand how organisations are reporting, measuring and taking action to become more inclusive and diverse employers.


While the D&I agenda has long been a high priority in the UK, until this point there has not been a comprehensive review of how the country’s largest employers are addressing and prioritising their efforts across the ten facets of workplace diversity and inclusion.
To address this gap, DIAL Global partnered with Ipsos MORI, the United Nations GC and UpReach to complete a holistic report on diversity & inclusion (D&I) in the UK workplace.

We are working with leading advocates of D&I, including Stonewall, the Parker Review, the Centre for Ageing Better, Mind, the Hampton-Alexander Review and the Business Disability Forum to gather insight related to D+I policies, priorities and experience across some of the UK’s top 500 companies and public sector institutions, These partnerships have informed the content of the survey and will use the results to advance and prioritise this fundamental agenda.​

Next year we will be taking this report to the Fortune 500 in the USA