Institutional Level

Institutional Level

In this sub section you will find information on overall university level data by protected characteristic. This page includes staff equality information across the employment life cycle:

  • information on staff in post by protected characteristic
  • recruitment information by protected characteristic
  • information on staff taking maternity, adoption and paternity leave
  • promotions data of staff by protected characteristic
  • staff turnover by protected characteristic

Key headlines from the institutional data include:

  • more female staff than male staff (53% v 47%)
  • of the 31% staff who work part time, 70% are female
  • of the 22% of staff who have declared they have a caring responsibility, 44% are male
  • 11% of all staff are from a black or minority ethnic, however a large proportion of staff ethnicity information remains unknown
  • 5% of staff have declared a disability, however a large proportion of staff disability information remains unknown
  • 3% of staff have declared they are a gay man, lesbian/gay woman or bisexual, however a large proportion of staff information on sexual orientation remains unknown.

You can download a copy of the University of Leeds all staff  in post by protected characteristic document here.

You can download a copy of the University of Leeds all staff recruitment data by protected characteristic document here.

You can download a copy of the University of Leeds all staff promotions data by protected characteristic document here.

You can download a copy of the University of Leeds all staff maternity, adoption and paternity leave data document here.

You can download a copy of the University of Leeds all staff turnover data by protected characteristic document here.

Accessibility:

If you would like more information about anything contained within the reports, or if you require the information in alternative formats (for example, braille, large print, audio), please contact the Equality Policy Unit equality@leeds.ac.uk.