Huge congratulations to Exploristics who have been awarded the Silver Diversity Mark in recognition of the milestones they have met and their ongoing commitment to increasing equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Aiden Flynn, Exploristics CEO said “I am thrilled that Exploristics has received this award. It is a testament to the dedication of our team….”
Diversity Mark and Legal Island, two leading all-Ireland certification bodies, have joined forces to deliver a sole accreditation recognising diversity and inclusion (D&I) excellence in the workplace. A response to the growing demand for independent D&I accreditation in the pandemic era, the newly-formed Chartermark will enable organisations to establish targets and milestones on their path to greater inclusion.
Danske Bank has launched a new Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) policy during its first ever D&I Spotlight Week, in a sign of its commitment to creating a workplace in which all colleagues truly feel that they belong. During D&I Spotlight Week, Danske colleagues learned more about the Bank’s commitment to D&I, about the support systems in place, and about the ambitions of the Bank’s colleague-led affinity networks.
Thank you to everyone who attended our latest Industry Peer Event, “Making Tech More Inclusive” in partnership with Deloitte. Within the 1hr virtual session we explored Deloitte’s strategies for getting more women into technology roles. We heard from five inspirational speakers, on their journeys both inside and outside Deloitte, and how they have been breaking down the stereotypes that society has attached to tech roles.
Diversity Mark recently hosted an Industry Peer Event in collaboration with Boardroom Apprentice. Within the one-hour session we heard from founder Eileen Mullan and thrilled to have been joined by the following Boardroom Apprentice participants Jo McGinley, David Johnston and Adriana Morvaiova who shared their own journeys. The event was finished up with our Head of Business Nuala Murphy hosting an insightful Q&A Session.
Nuala Murphy our interim Head of Business at Diversity Mark chats to Sync NI about her journey, the organisation and the importance of diversity and inclusion in business. Nuala highlights the challenges that companies can come across, shares key findings and provides guidance for organisations wanting to get started on their Diversity and Inclusion journey but don’t know where to begin.
Congratulations to Mills Selig who have been awarded the Bronze Diversity Mark in recognition of the law firm’s ongoing commitment to gender equality. The local law firm which specialises in all matters of corporate law received the award following an independent assessment process which reviewed and evaluated their commitment to advancing diversity and inclusion.
Diversity Mark recently hosted their fourth in the series of industry events building a truly diverse and inclusive workplace ‘Breaking Down the Barriers’ with Allstate NI. Diversity Mark has seen great growth in the technology and professional services sector so for this event we brought together some visionary leaders to share their journeys and insights with our community of existing and future signatories.
Queen’s University Belfast is celebrating having been awarded the Silver Diversity Mark recognising its commitment to advancing diversity and inclusion in the workplace. The Silver Diversity Mark Accreditation highlights the University’s progress in advancing gender, race and disability equality and its ambitious plans in this space.
We are delighted to announce that Qarik have been awarded the Bronze Diversity Mark Accreditation in recognition of their ongoing commitment to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. The Bronze Accreditation is achieved following an independent assessment to demonstrate the required standard of commitment to advancing diversity and inclusion and starts with the setting of three gender specific, diversity targets.
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