That's the headline of the story in the Guardian. No one else has picked it up (yet) but it's perhaps indicative of deeper problems.
In the Bradford office of A4e three managers were alleged to have failed to follow proper procedures. Only one of the three, Rohim Ullah, was subjected to investigation and sacked. And he was the only one who was black. He took his case to a tribunal and won. A4e has been ordered to pay £50,000 in compensation.
It's not major, perhaps. But, as the Guardian points out, A4e has been paid £345m by us since 2010 for its "employment services", so we are entitled to question the culture inside it. If A4e discriminates where its staff are involved, what about its clients?