Project 4.1 – Equality in Performance Management
Lead Officer: Richard Elliott
3.2 – Equality objectives and outcomes are reviewed and evaluated regularly, corporately and at service level based on updated equality data. (Links to 3.18)
3.6 – The authority can demonstrate improvements and outcomes as a result of its equality schemes. (Links to 3.4 and 3.7)
3.7 – Equality objective arising out of EqIAs have been integrated into strategic plans. Priorities and equality outcomes are being achieved. (Links to 3.4, 3.7 and 3.20)
3.19 – The authority has achieved positive progress across all departments / service areas against the equality outcomes / objectives it set. (Links to 3.4, 3.7 and 3.22)
3.20 – EqIAs are built into all aspects of decision making and policy and service reviews. (Links to 3.6)
3.22 – Services can demonstrate that improvements and equality outcomes are being delivered. (Links to 3.19)
3.23 – There is an improvement in outcomes for all communities, including those who are vulnerable and marginalised, and more people believe they are treated with dignity and respect.
3.33 – Managers and staff are delivering improvements based on objectives.
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