Diversity Mark have an exciting opportunity for an individual to develop their skills whilst gaining new perspective in a purposeful role as Head of Diversity Mark. The right person will be able to think strategically, seeing the bigger picture and delivering objectives to develop and grow the business throughout the UK and Ireland. They will lead the organisation for a period of 14 months at an exciting stage of growth and an important, and crucial time for Diversity and Inclusion.
Diversity Mark signatory The Consumer Council in Belfast has signed up to a new initiative to help deal with the impact that the pandemic has had on the physical and mental health of its employees. Determined to make a positive change and to put staff health first, The Consumer Council signed up to Northern Ireland Chest Heart and Stroke’s Work Well Live Well programme.
Recently appointed CEO at Utility Regulator, John French has taken the time to explain how important it was that the organisation sign up to Diversity Mark. “I would absolutely recommend the Diversity Mark accreditation programme to other organisations. The programme provides a helpful approach that enables structured and meaningful discussions around diversity and inclusion to take place in the workplace.”
We are thrilled to announce that Text Help have been awarded the Bronze Diversity Mark, in recognition of our work in diversity, equity and inclusion. It marks an important step in their journey towards growing a more inclusive workplace where all employees can thrive.
AMS announced they received their Silver Diversity Mark from awarding body Diversity Mark NI. The award recognizes AMS’s commitment to Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace.
Marcella McKeever, Head of the Belfast Global Client Service Centre said ‘Having previously been awarded the Bronze Diversity Charter Mark for our gender diversity and inclusivity actions, AMS took action to drive new diversity targets across the business, which included addressing disability and social mobility in the workplace…..
Diversity Mark are delighted to announce NI Water is celebrating having been awarded the Bronze Diversity Charter Mark for the third year running. The prestigious award recognises the company’s ongoing commitment to diversity and inclusion and creating an environment where everyone matters.
Thank you to everyone that joined us today at our virtual Roundtable for Diversity Mark signatory organisations. This event gave attendees the opportunity to connect with peers from other organisations and sectors, and share share ideas, challenges and good practice around achieving gender balance at senior level. We have summarised some of the key messages …
We are delighted to announce that Signifyd have been awarded the Bronze Diversity Mark. The accreditation recognises Signifyd’s commitment to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Signifyd started their Diversity Mark journey in June 2020. Matthew Hamilton said “over the past year, we worked extremely hard to bring diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) to the front and centre of the work that we do and how we learn from each other.
Professional services firm Deloitte is the third company in Northern Ireland to be awarded a Silver Diversity Mark. Deloitte’s Belfast Balance team was recognised for its hard work and commitment to driving the respect and inclusion and wellbeing agendas. Deloitte has ambitious UK wide targets for gender balance over the next three to 10 years, with an ultimate goal of 50-50 gender balance across all grades by 2030.
Supporting employees’ learning and development, their health and wellbeing, and instilling the key pillars of honesty, transparency, and equality in team members are core values of bottle manufacturing company, Encirc. Fiacre O’Donnell, Director of Sustainability at Vidrala explains why Encirc joined the Diversity Mark accreditation programme and shares some insights on the steps they’ve taken in their journey.
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