The Diversity Mark accreditation is awarded to companies following an assessment process which ensures they have reached the required standard of commitment to advancing Diversity and Inclusion.
For Companies from all sectors the Diversity Mark is a ‘Mark of Progress’ that publicly declares commitment to building more diverse and inclusive workplaces to benefit all employees.
Northern Ireland Civil Service retains Bronze Diversity Mark Accreditation
Huge congratulations to Northern Ireland Civil Service who has retained the Bronze Diversity Mark for their ongoing commitment to advancing diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Since first achieving the Bronze Diversity Mark in November 2019, the Civil Service has continued to work to make improvements within all areas of diversity and inclusion. READ MORE
Unite Against Hate and Diversity Mark: “Conflict without Combat” Workshop
Thank you to everyone who recently joined our “Conflict without Combat” workshop in partnership with Unite Against Hate. The session was hosted by Dorcas Crawford, former Senior Partner Edwards & Co. Solicitors, founder of The Better Way, Mediator, Facilitator and Public Speaker provided practical resources and valuable insights to those at all stages of their D&I. Throughout the workshop Dorcas reiterated that communication is key. READ MORE
Carson McDowell awarded Bronze Diversity Mark Accreditation
Diversity Mark are delighted to announce that Carson McDowell has been awarded the Bronze Diversity Charter Mark in recognition of their ongoing commitment to diversity and inclusion within the workplace. Committed to creating an inclusive environment, accepting of every individual’s differences, enabling all employees to achieve their full potential, and as a result, allowing the business to reach its fullest potential. READ MORE
Importance of challenging gender stereotypes and bias within education.
Helping children of all ages and all genders find inspiration and courage from diverse women role models is key to education. Teaching children and young adolescents to actively question and openly challenge stereotypes and bias is important because it helps forge a more inclusive world. It is for this reason that during the recent celebrations for International Women's Day that an important collaboration with Puffin Schools. READ MORE
Staffline achieve Bronze Diversity Mark Accreditation
Staffline has been awarded the prestigious Bronze Diversity Mark Accreditation, marking its firm commitment to promoting greater gender equality and parity in the workplace. As one of the leading recruitment firms across Ireland, Staffline has a 56% female senior leadership team and an impressive 68% of females in management roles. READ MORE