Statement on behalf of Diversity Mark following comments made by Tory candidate Liz Truss
At Diversity Mark we believe the case for diversity in business and public life should not need an explanation. On our doorstep, we’ve seen first-hand how diversity and inclusion has not just supported, but accelerated economic and social prosperity in Northern Ireland. We must continue to platform this progress and workplaces built on the principles of equality and respect.
JP Corry achieve Bronze Diversity Mark Accreditation
Diversity Mark are delighted that JP Corry have recently been awarded the Bronze Diversity Mark Accreditation in recognition of their ongoing commitment to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. The commitment to promoting greater gender equality within an inclusive environment in JP Corry is highlighted by this accreditation which shows an acceptance of every individual’s […]
Cubis Systems achieve Bronze Diversity Mark Accreditation
Diversity Mark are delighted to announce that Cubis Systems has been awarded with the Bronze Diversity Mark Accreditation. Diversity Mark was established by Women in Business NI, in order to support and encourage organisations that aspired to challenge the diversity barriers that are faced within the business environment. Obtaining the accreditation demonstrates Cubis Systems dedication […]
Why is Gender Important?
As part of our series of Industry Peer Events, Diversity Mark was delighted to host Gillian Harford, Country executive at the 30% club. We talked about the Importance of Gender Equality and why we need to keep it at the forefront of our work in diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We support this focus […]
How to bypass the buzzwords and walk the walk
7 ways to take meaningful action on diversity and inclusion by our Head of Business Nuala Murphy as published in Business Post Ireland. If I asked you to name five business buzzwords du jour, I’m willing to bet that diversity and inclusion would make the list. There’s nothing wrong per se with buzzwords – our first […]
Hybrid working – getting it right for your people, your business and your customers
Last week Diversity Mark partnered with Bidvest Noonan, one of Northern Ireland’s largest private employers, to host a series of round table talks about how modern work practices are impacting diversity in the workplace. The first event in this series, hosted at Invest Northern Ireland’s headquarters, brought together senior leaders from some of the most important employers, agencies and authorities. The group discussed hybrid working.
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.
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.
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.
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