The report, No More Tick Boxes, was written by workforce culture consultant Roger Kline, pictured, of Middlesex University
NHS bosses funded a 163-page report on workforce diversity that tells white managers to accept their psychological ‘fragility’ on race.
No More Tick Boxes informs readers that non-white NHS staff are routinely discriminated against because of Britain’s ‘history as an Imperial power’.
It advises NHS mentors to check their behaviour so that they are not guilty of ‘micro-aggressions’.
And NHS East of England recommends managers read another guide that tells white public sector administrators they only got their jobs ‘because of the colour of your skin’.
NHS chiefs declined to say how much No More Tick Boxes cost, and stood by both guides’