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Equality Outcomes and Mainstreaming Report 2013

Published: 30 Apr 2013

Report on how the public sector equality duty is being integrated across Scottish Government functions.

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Contents
Equality Outcomes and Mainstreaming Report 2013
Annex F

232 page PDF

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Annex F

Equality Act Mainstreaming Report Tables - National Records of Scotland 2012-13

Tables

Employees as at 31 January 2013, by age and work pattern
Employees as at 31 January 2013, by gender and work pattern
Employees as at 31 January 2013, by ethnic group and work pattern
Employees as at 31 January 2013, by sexual orientation
Employees as at 31 January 2013, by disability status and work pattern
Employees as at 31 January 2013, by marital/civil partnership status and work pattern
Employees as at 31 January 2013, by religion or belief and work pattern
Employees on maternity leave during the period 1 February 2012 to 31 January 2013

Disclosure control

To avoid the possible disclosure of information about individual members of staff, data suppression has been applied to counts of less than 5 (and the corresponding percentage value).
In some cases, secondary data suppression has been necessary to prevent the calculation of suppressed values by differencing.
Suppressed values are shown as an asterisk (*).
Where possible, data suppression has been avoided by grouping categories in some manner.
Where the only small counts in a table refer to the 'prefer not to say' category, no data suppression is done.
Where data suppression has been applied or category grouping has been carried out in any table, an explanatory note is provided.

Data source

The tables in this workbook were compiled from data held on the Scottish Government HR system.
Information on the protected characteristics (age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability status, marital/civil partnership status, and religion or belief) is provided by the employee on a voluntary basis. For some protected characteristics (for example, age and gender) the information held is complete or very nearly complete, while the information held the other characteristics is less well populated.

Contact details

For more information, please contact:
HR Management Information Team, Human Resources, Scottish Government, F1 Spur, Saughton House, Broomhouse Drive, Edinburgh, EH11 3XD
HRMITeamMailbox@scotland.gsi.gov.uk

Equalities Mainstreaming Report - National Records of Scotland 2012-13

Employees as at 31 January 2013, by age and work pattern

Counts and row percentages

Work pattern

Age

16-29

30-39

40-49

50-54

55-59

60+

All employees

Full-time

*

*

80

23.8%

93

27.7%

64

19.0%

49

14.6%

*

*

336

100.0%

Part-time

*

*

15

21.4%

24

34.3%

5

7.1%

6

8.6%

*

*

70

100.0%

All employees

37

9.1%

95

23.4%

117

28.8%

69

17.0%

55

13.5%

33

8.1%

406

100.0%

Counts of less than 5 have been suppressed and shown as * to prevent the possible disclosure of information about individuals.

Secondary data suppression has also been necessary to prevent the calculation of the suppressed values by differencing (also shown as *).

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Equalities Mainstreaming Report - National Records of Scotland 2012-13

Employees as at 31 January 2013, by gender and work pattern

Counts and row percentages

Work pattern

Gender

Female

Male

All employees

Full-time

159

47.3%

177

52.7%

336

100.0%

Part-time

54

77.1%

16

22.9%

70

100.0%

All employees

213

52.5%

193

47.5%

406

100.0%

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Equalities Mainstreaming Report - National Records of Scotland 2012-13

Employees as at 31 January 2013, by ethnic group and work pattern

Counts and row percentages

Work pattern

Ethnic Group

Ethnic minority

White

Prefer not to say

Not known

All employees

Full-time

*

*

264

78.6%

*

*

54

16.1%

336

100.0%

Part-time

*

*

62

88.6%

*

*

7

10.0%

70

100.0%

All employees

8

2.0%

326

80.3%

11

2.7%

61

15.0%

406

100.0%

Counts of less than 5 have been suppressed and shown as * to prevent the possible disclosure of information about individuals.

Secondary data suppression has also been necessary to prevent the calculation of the suppressed values by differencing (also shown as *).

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Equalities Mainstreaming Report - National Records of Scotland 2012-13

Employees as at 31 January 2013, by sexual orientation

Counts and row percentages

Work pattern

Sexual Orientation

Gay, Lesbian, Bi-sexual and other sexual orientations

Heterosexual/straight

Prefer not to say

Not known

All employees

All employees

*

*

32

7.9%

*

*

368

90.6%

406

100.0%

Counts of less than 5 have been suppressed and shown as * to prevent the possible disclosure of information about individuals.

Secondary data suppression has also been necessary to prevent the calculation of the suppressed values by differencing (also shown as *).

chart

Equalities Mainstreaming Report - National Records of Scotland 2012-13

Employees as at 31 January 2013, by disability status and work pattern

Counts and row percentages

Work pattern

Disability status

Disabled

Not disabled

Unknown/Prefer not to say

All employees

Full-time

16

4.8%

189

56.3%

131

39.0%

336

100.0%

Part-time

8

11.4%

39

55.7%

23

32.9%

70

100.0%

All employees

24

5.9%

228

56.2%

154

37.9%

406

100.0%

Because of the small counts for 'Prefer not to say', this category has been grouped with 'Unknown'.

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Equalities Mainstreaming Report - National Records of Scotland 2012-13

Employees as at 31 January 2013, by marital/civil partnership status and work pattern

Counts and row percentages

Marital/Civil Partnership Status

Full-time

Part-time

All employees

Civil Partnership

*

*

4

*

*

1.0%

Divorced

20

6

26

6.0%

8.6%

6.4%

Domestic Partner

*

*

3

*

*

0.7%

Legally Separated

0

0

0

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

Living Together

*

*

6

*

*

1.5%

Married

137

39

176

40.8%

55.7%

43.3%

Not Known

73

7

80

21.7%

10.0%

19.7%

Prefer not tosay

*

*

14

*

*

3.4%

Separated

*

*

4

*

*

1.0%

Single

76

13

89

22.6%

18.6%

21.9%

Widowed

*

*

4

*

*

1.0%

All employees

336

70

406

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Counts of less than 5 (except column totals) have been suppressed and shown as * to prevent the possible disclosure of information about individuals.

Secondary data suppression has also been necessary to prevent the calculation of the suppressed values by differencing (also shown as *).

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Equalities Mainstreaming Report - National Records of Scotland 2012-13

Employees as at 31 January 2013, by religion or belief and work pattern

Counts and row percentages

Work pattern

Religion or Belief

Christian

Other religion or belief

No religion or belief

Not known/Prefer not to say

All employees

Full-time

*

*

*

*

*

*

304

90.5%

336

100%

Part-time

*

*

*

*

*

*

66

94.3%

70

100%

All employees

11

2.7%

5

1.2%

20

4.9%

370

91.1%

406

100%

Counts of less than 5 have been suppressed and shown as * to prevent the possible disclosure of information about individuals.

Secondary data suppression has also been necessary to prevent the calculation of the suppressed values by differencing (also shown as *).

Because of the small counts for 'Prefer not to say', this category has been grouped with 'Unknown'.

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Equalities Mainstreaming Report - National Records of Scotland 2012-13

Employees on maternity leave during the period 1 February 2012 to 31 January 2013

Counts and row percentages

Work pattern

On maternity leave at start of period

Went on maternity leave during period

Total number of female staff

All

5

2.3%

8

3.8%

213

100.0%

To avoid disclosure of information about individuals, no full-time/part-time breakdown has been provided here.


Contact

Email: Graeme Bryce, Graeme.Bryce@scotland.gsi.gov.uk

Phone: 0300 244 4000 – Central Enquiry Unit

The Scottish Government
St Andrew's House
Regent Road
Edinburgh
EH1 3DG