Bringing together industries and organisations to drive greater inclusion and diversity in technology roles.

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The Tech Talent Charter  (TTC) is a non-profit organisation leading a movement to address inequality in the UK tech sector and drive inclusion and diversity in a practical and uniquely measurable way.  Our ultimate goal: that the UK tech sector becomes truly inclusive and a reflection of the society which it represents. We work at scale, addressing the tech ecosystem as a whole to drive change.  We focus on the how, not just the why of inclusion and we bring communities together and support the underrepresented.

Signatories of the charter make a number of pledges in relation to their approach to recruitment and retention. Although it is very much an employer-led initiative, the TTC is supported by the UK Government's Digital Strategy.

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The TTC Pledge process

To become a Tech Talent Charter Signatory, companies must secure internal sign-off and commit to 4 things:

  1. PEOPLE: Have a Senior Signatory with responsibility for the Charter commitments
  2. PLAN (EMPLOYERS OF TECH)Have a plan to improve inclusion; including adopting inclusive recruitment and promotion processes and practices to support the development and retention of a diverse workforce (you'll find loads of examples of what other organisations are doing in our Open Playbook of Best Practice to help with this); OR
    PLAN (CONSULTANTS, RECRUITERS & OTHER PARTNERS): Developing a plan to work with employers/clients and underrepresented groups to improve their inclusion and diversity in tech; supporting them to adopt inclusive recruitment and promotion processes and practices
  3. PRACTICE: Collaborate with other Signatory organisations and the TTC to share what has worked and what has not worked for your company to drive best practices
  4. DATA: Every September, contribute employment diversity data (anonymised and aggregated) for publication in our annual Diversity in Tech report. Please read further info about this mandatory reporting requirement.

Once a company can commit to these, they are ready to Sign-up

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