Diversity Monitoring

Kingscott Dix Limited is committed to providing a culture within the workplace that values the variety of contribution that is gained from people from different backgrounds and cultures.

We present below the results of our 2021 annual diversity monitoring in the Gloucester office. Given the size of the workforce and the need to maintain confidentiality of the respondents, we have limited the dislosure in some areas where this confidentiality may be breached by deduction.

  1. Firm Structure

The distribution of personnel between roles within the firm.

Director Manager Qualified Trainee Prefer not to say
17% 24% 31% 14% 14%


  1. Age Profile
16-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ Prefer not to say
4% 17% 14% 17% 27% 17% 4%


  1. Gender
  • Gender identified with.
Male Female Prefer not to say
37% 31% 32%

(b) Is gender identified with different from sex assigned at birth?

Yes No Prefer not to say
0% 72% 28%


   4 Health and Disability

  1. (a) Disability

Those within the workforce who consider that they have a disability.

Yes No Prefer not to say
3% 86% 11%


  1. (b) Limiting factors

Those who consider that a health problem or a disability limits their daily activity.

Yes a little Yes a lot No Prefer not to say
7% 0% 86% 7%


  1. (c) Identification of health issue.

If answered yes to either of the two previous questions,  which health problems or disabilities apply?

Mobility Physical Strength
50% 50%


  1. Ethnicity
White Asian/Asian British Prefer not to say
93% 4% 3%


  1. Faith
Christian Hindu Other Faith No religion Prefer not to say
59% 4% 4% 28% 5%


  1. Sexual Orientation
Heterosexual Prefer not to say
93% 7%


  1. Socio-Economic Background


  1. (a) Highest level of qualification achieved by either of staff member’s parents.
Degree A levels or vocational qualification Qualifications below A level/ vocational No formal qualifications Other qualifications Not known Prefer not to say
20% 14% 14% 21% 7% 7% 17%


  1. (b) Schooling
State Fee paying/ Independent Selective Not known Prefer not to say
69% 4% 14% 3% 10%


  1. Social Mobility


  1. (a) Highest level of qualification of staff before accounting or legal professional qualification.
Degree A level or vocational qualification Qualification below A level No formal qualification Other Prefer not to say
48% 24% 10% 4% 4% 10%


 Income Support

  1. (b) Those whose families received income support during school years.
Yes No Not known Prefer not to say
14% 69% 4% 13%


  1. (bii) Those who received free school meals during school years.
Yes No Not known Prefer not to say
7% 72% 4% 17%


  1. (c) Type of work of highest earning member of staff household when they were 14.
Modern professional occupation Clerical and intermediate occupation Senior manager or administartor Technical and craft occupations Semi- roution manual and service
7% 14% 4% 27% 7%


Routine and manual service Middle or junior managers Traditional profession occupations Not known Prefer not to say
4% 7% 13% 13% 4%


  1. Caring Responsibilities


  1. (a) Those who are a primary carer for a child under 18.
 Yes No Prefer not to say
34% 59% 7%


  1. (b) Those who give help or support to family or friends with long-term physical or mental ill-health.
 No Yes 1-19 hours per week Yes 20-49 hours per week Prefer not to say
79% 10% 4% 7%


  1. Marital Status
Single (never married) Married Divorced or formally in a same-sex civil partnership Prefer not to say
24% 65% 7% 4%


  1. Maternity / Paternity


12 (a) Maternity or paternity leave taken in the last 5 years

Yes No
10% 90%


12 (b i) If yes, have you returned to your current employer after the leave ?

Yes No
75% 25%


12 (b ii) If yes, did current employer give you additional leave for ante-natal appointments?

Yes No
100% 0%


12 (b iii) If yes, has current employer offered you flexible working arrangements?

Yes No
100% 0%


12 (b iv) If yes, has the ability to work from home been an important aide in your return to work?

Yes No
100% 0%