#diversifying_the_civil_service: The Diversity and Represent...
#diversifying_the_civil_service: The Diversity and Representation Report
Civil Service Commission
The Diversity and Representation Report
Abstract in English 2019
The Diversity and Representation Report presents data from 2019 regarding employment of the populations eligible for proper representation in the civil service under the Civil Service Law (Appointments) – 1959.
The populations eligible for proper representation to be surveyed in this report are the Arab population, people of Ethiopian descent, the ultra-Orthodox sector, persons with disabilities and new immigrants, and in this report will also be referred to as populations of diverse backgrounds.
This report has five main chapters:
Chapter 1 – Diversity in the Civil Service, which provides an overview of the representation of populations of diverse backgrounds in the civil service.
Chapter 2 – Diversity in the Civil Service during the Corona Crisis, which provides a review of select representation data and the work of the Employment Diversity Division throughout this period.
Chapter 3 – The Representation of Populations of Diverse Backgrounds, which reviews each of the individual populations of diverse backgrounds in depth.
Chapter 4 – Recruitment and Selection Data in the Civil Service, which details the work that has been done, and reviews the recruitment and selection trends with respect to the populations eligible for proper representation and the actions taken to promote cultural competence in these areas.
Chapter 5 – Leadership in the Civil Service will provide an up-to-date review of the representation of populations eligible for proper representation and the civil service's Atuda programs.