Equality, diversity, inclusion & belonging
Equality, diversity, inclusion & belonging (EDI&B) has always been important, but in recent years we’ve witnessed a shift to it becoming a key organisational strategy.
We understand your needs...
An effective EDI&B strategy is proven to make your organisation stronger. It will create an environment that cultivates innovation and ideas, and it will help you solve talent attraction issues by uncovering new areas of the workforce.
As specialists in talent advisory consultancy, backed by a global recruitment business, we provide a unique approach to understanding EDI&B and implementing it effectively in your people strategy.
Whether it’s designing and delivering training on ED&I principles, or implementing an ED&I strategy in your organisation, we adopt a tailored approach to equip you with a solution
that positions you ahead of the curve.
Why choose us?
When the leap needs to be taken to capture, assess and benchmark your current policies, strategies and values, we can help you take this step. Our solution can provide your organisation with a comprehensive view of your current state of play and the steps required to achieve your vision.
To execute any change programme, embedding new processes across your people is key. We can help communicate, upskill, and support your hiring managers to realise your strategy. And we can help your managers and employees understand the changes that are taking place, highlighting the benefits and how their voices are heard by your organisation.
We understand that the moral and ethical case for workplace equality is the most important element for many stakeholders. However, we can also help you demonstrate a credible and robust business case which captures the benefits for your organisation and employees.
We can review how inclusive your recruitment process is, educate your managers on how to assess fairly, and we can train senior directors and executives to ensure the EDI&B understanding trickles down. Whatever your requirement, we will listen and understand what your organisation needs and create a bespoke programme accordingly.
Age is protected in law under the Equality Act 2010, with age discrimination being defined as people being treated unfairly because of their age, or because they are part of a particular age group.
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