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How we ensure anonymity and who can see this information

Diversity monitoring data are used to generate anonymised and aggregated statistics. We do not publicly or internally share, report, or publish this information in a form which would allow individuals to be identified (other than sex marker being shared with personally identifiable information to HMRC, as this is required for payroll purposes). All diversity monitoring questions include a 'prefer not to say' option.

Access to diversity monitoring information is tightly controlled - only a limited number of staff in relevant roles can view this, and they will treat it with the strictest confidence.

If you have any questions about the diversity monitoring questions we ask or how to answer them, please contact us at . If you would like to suggest additions or changes to our diversity monitoring questions, please complete the form here.

Return to the an overview of diversity monitoring.

Why we ask these questions and how we use the data.

A list of what we ask and some guidance on how to answer.

Details of how to update your record online.