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Number of Permanent Underrepresented Managers
Number of Permanent Underrepresented Managers
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This metric is intended to capture the number of unique individual managers employed by the organization in full-time or part-time roles who belonged to an underrepresented group (i.e. belonging to a racial or ethnic minority within a given country’s context) as of the end of the reporting period.

This metric does not include temporary workers or independent contractors.

The categorization of underrepresented groups varies with location and context. With no internationally agreed-upon definition as to which groups constitute underrepresented, if well-established national or local policies exist, organizations should refer to these national or local guidelines to identify underrepresented groups.

The composition of management varies with an organization’s stage and type, but managers are typically individuals who have the responsibility to oversee organizations or units within organizations. Managers plan, direct, coordinate, and evaluate the overall activities of enterprises, governments, and other organizations, or of organizational units within them, and formulate and review their policies, laws, rules, and regulations.

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