Survey: Diversity and inclusion in the tax sector 2021
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Survey: Diversity and inclusion in the tax sector 2021

Diversity involves everyone

Take ITR’s survey to share your views on whether the past year has improved diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the tax sector.

Take the survey here.

The past year has led to global debate over diversity and inclusion because of the Black Lives Matter movement and the impact of COVID-19.

As part of efforts to promote diversity and inclusion, ITR intends to find out if things have really progressed enough in the tax sector to allow everyone to thrive in their jobs.

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

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.

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

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