Overview - Diversity Monitoring and Statistics

UCD is committed to creating an inclusive environment where diversity is celebrated and everyone is afforded equality of opportunity. To that end the university adheres to a range of equality, diversity and inclusion policies. 

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Applicant and Employee statistics

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Headline statistics for Applicants to posts in UCD

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Information collected during the recruitment process is NOT be available to those considering your application for employment / promotion at any stage.

Headline statistics for Employees

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Male / Female employees by job category

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Male / Female employees by employment status

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Data collected after the recruitment process in relation to gender, date of birth, nationality, family status and civil status is stored on your main HR personnel file for HR and Pension purposes. Access is restricted to HR and nominated personnel. Anonymised data may be used for statistical purposes.

Diversity Monitoring Tool (Application Stage, Recruitment)

Diversity Monitoring at application stage involves collecting, storing and analysing of information across the nine protected grounds under Equality legislation that is relevant to, and necessary for the purpose of promoting equality of opportunity between different categories of persons. Learn more below.

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Purpose

UCD is committed to maintaining and supporting a policy of Equal Opportunities in employment. To assist in the implementation and monitoring of this policy, data is collected and monitored across the nine grounds set out in the Employment Equality Acts 1998 – 2008: gender, civil status, family status, age, disability, race (which includes nationality or ethnic origin and membership of the Traveller community), sexual orientation and religious belief. 

Confidentiality and Use of Data  

The information collected on this screen will be treated separately and securely in line with GDPR data protection requirements.

 Access is restricted to the Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Unit and nominated personnel. 

  • If appointed to the role, the data collected will be treated as follows:
    • Information relating to gender, date of birth and civil status will be stored on your main HR personnel file for HR and pension purposes, with access restricted to HR and nominated personnel. 
    • All diversity information submitted will automatically populate the Core Employee Self Service Diversity Screen and will be accessible only to the Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Unit and may be used for statistical purposes.

* This information will NOT be available to those considering your application for employment at any stage.

  • Monitoring will involve the use of statistical information in which the identities of individuals will not appear.
  • The information collected on this screen will be treated as confidential and stored securely in line with data protection requirements.
  • Data collected in relation to disability, sexual orientation, religion, ethnic or cultural background (included as ethnic origin under the race ground), nationality, place of birth, and family status will be stored separately and securely, with access restricted to the Equality & Diversity Manager and nominated personnel. This information will NOT be available to those considering your application for employment at any stage or be visible on your main HR personnel file.
  • Data collected in relation to gender, date of birth and civil status will be stored on your main HR personnel file for HR and pension purposes, with access restricted to HR and nominated personnel. This information will NOT be available to those considering your application for employment at any stage.
  • You have the right to request to view the equality information on record and to seek to change it if you believe it is no longer accurate. Please contact edi@ucd.ie
  • The Equality & Diversity Unit will report annually to the University, Government bodies or agencies such as the Department of Education or the Higher Education Authority, who exercise a legal obligation to review certain types of EDI data on the diversity profile of employment applicants, in which the identities of individuals will not appear.

For more information on UCD’S Confidentiality and Use of Data, the Diversity Monitoring Tool and the Core Employee Self-Service Diversity screen please visit www.ucd.ie/equality/information/statistics/

Faculty Promotions Statistics September 2016 – August 2017

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