Murray Hills is committed to promoting equality and diversity in its professional activities with clients, personnel and all other third parties that have dealings with the firm. As part of our Equality and Diversity policy and in compliance with our regulatory obligations, we monitor this by conducting surveys and analysing the data to demonstrate its effectiveness and highlight any areas for further development.
The below summary provides the data aggregated from our surveys conducted in 2019 and is accurate as at 1st May 2019.
Our workforce diversity date is published on a combined basis for the whole firm to mitigate the risk of identification of individuals:-
Age breakdown: 16-24 years – 21%, 25-34 years – 31%, 35-44 years – 17% 45-54 years – 7%, 55-64 years – 17%, over 65 years 7%.
Gender: The gender spilt of our staff is 72% female and 28% male.
Disability: None of our staff have a disability as defined by the Equality Act 2012.
Ethnicity: 100% of our current staff are white British.
Socio-economic background: 97% of our staff attended UK state schools and 3% attended UK Independent/Fee paying schools. If member of our staff went to University then 24% were in the first generation of their family to do so, 10% were not the first generation of their family to do so.
Caring Responsibilities: 31% of our staff care for at least one child under the age of 18 years and 3% of our staff care for someone with long term physical or mental ill heath caused by disability or age for 1-19 hours a week and 3% for 50 or more hour a week.