Rotherham Taylor Diversity Survey Overview 2023

Every two years the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) requires firms to undertake an Organisation Diversity Survey and publish the results.

The data is based upon submitted diversity questionnaires from staff and represents the reported diversity data in relation to our firm.

As a small firm we have opted to anonymise the date in line with ICAEW guidelines. Below is a summary of the results of the survey.

While there is a broad range of ages in the firm, the majority of staff, over 40 per cent fall into the 25-35 years’ old age bracket. There is also a minority of staff over the age of 65, making up over 20 per cent of staff.

Regarding gender, just over 60 per cent of staff are male, with just under 40 per cent being female. Over 95 per cent identified themselves as British. Some 90 per cent identified as being heterosexual.

When it came to socio-economic background, nearly 70 per cent, were the first in their family to attend university. Over 90 per cent had attended state schools. In terms of education more than 40 per cent have more than 5 ‘O’ levels or above.

In terms of social mobility over 80 per cent came from households, which received no Income Support.  And a large proportion of them had never received free school meals.


Organisation Diversity Data for Rotherham Taylor 2021

Organisation Diversity Data for Rotherham Taylor 2019

Organisation Diversity Data for Rotherham Taylor 2017