AMS who hold the Silver Diversity Mark Accreditation has been awarded the ‘Diversity & Inclusion’ Award at the 2021 Responsible Business Awards in Northern Ireland. The Award is one of 11 Awards categories that form part of Business in the Community’s annual recognition event that recognises and rewards firms in Northern Ireland that are embracing the journey to build better workforces, create a sustainable economy and healthy communities.
Cleaver Fulton Rankin awarded Bronze Diversity Mark in recognition of its commitment to Diversity & Inclusion. Cleaver Fulton Rankin is currently working towards three key targets, with a Diversity and Inclusion Committee in place to drive forward the firm’s targets, to identify further growth opportunities, innovate and impact positively on business performance.
Liberty IT is one of only seven organisations in Northern Ireland to achieve the Silver Diversity Mark accreditation, for its commitment to advancing diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Diversity Mark awarded this accolade to Liberty following the company’s work across a number of programmes, resulting in an increased number of females at entry and executive level; and enhanced awareness and learning through the roll out of their Pride Allyship sessions and company-wide Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Huge congratulations to all the team Version 1 for being awarded the Bronze Diversity Mark Accreditation. onas Cella, co-chair of the Version 1 NI commented: “Receiving the Bronze Diversity Mark is an important milestone for us. It shows we are on the right track to have a diverse and inclusive workplace and makes Version 1 a great place to work in Northern Ireland. At Version 1 diversity is a fact, but inclusion is a choice we make every day”
Great Place to Work UK has just released its Best Workplaces for Women™ 2021 listing – and Diversity Mark Signatory Liberty IT has come an incredible third in the category.
This recognition confirms Liberty IT is a great workplace for all, including women.
As many businesses around the world recognise the benefits that come with incorporating inclusive and diverse working processes, a large proportion are unsure where to even begin. How can they enact widespread changes? Christine White, our Head of Business shares her expert insight around the important first steps which those responsible must take to instil futureproofed values.
Huge congratulations to Diversity Mark signatory Prestige Insurance Holdings, a Group of insurance businesses delivering specialist products and services in Broking, Underwriting and Insurtech – on being awarded the Bronze Diversity Mark Accreditation for their commitment to championing gender diversity and inclusion.
Belfast City Council has become the first NI public sector organisation to be awarded a Silver Diversity Mark in recognition of its commitment to promoting equality and diversity within its workforce. The Silver Diversity Mark accreditation includes recognition for the Council’s commitment to developing and implementing a Minority and Ethnic Inclusion Plan by February 2022.
Congratulations to Diversity Mark signatory Alchemy Technology Services who ranked number 100% of the female on the UK’s Best Workplaces for Women List 2021.
Workforce at Alchemy said,“Taking everything into account, I would say this is a great place to work”
This follows the company’s recent ranking as number 29 on the UK’s Best Workplaces List.
Diversity Mark NI are delighted to announce that Belfast entrepreneur Nuala Murphy has been confirmed as interim Head of Business. She will join Diversity Mark on a 14-month basis while the firm’s current head of business Christine White, is on maternity leave.
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