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Survey: Diversity and inclusion in the tax sector

Diversity affects everyone

Take our quick survey to share your views on whether the tax sector is diverse and if businesses are making good progress on eliminating negative discrimination.

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The issues of discrimination, bullying and sexual harassment come up in all industries and many tax professionals working across all sectors face these problems regularly.

Despite the global economy and the small world that is the tax sector, discrimination, bullying, sexual harassment, and inequality among different genders, ages, social classes, and race are still problems that many are grappling with. Tax professionals are often ambitious, resilient and determined individuals – you have to be to work in tax – but no one should be disadvantaged by the perceptions, behaviours or views of others.

As part of its spring theme of diversity and inclusion, ITR intends to find out if things have really progress enough in the tax sector to allow everyone to thrive in their jobs.

Take our survey today and we will share the results in our spring issue of the ITR magazine. Click here.

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