1 in 4 ethnic female execs forced to change their name

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1 in 4 ethnic female execs forced to change their name

Almost a quarter of women in London with "non-white" sounding names have been forced to change them to more "traditionally-British" ones in order to get a job.

That's according to a report by headhunting firm Nottx.

It found that 78 per cent of women surveyed felt that their gender and ethnicity were barriers to employment.


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