• Capgemini UK has been ranked 18th in the Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers List – an impressive achievement

    Capgemini UK has been ranked 18th in the Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers List – an impressive achievement

    Capgemini UK has been ranked highly in The Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers List, a list of UK based organisations that promote inclusion across all levels of employment. Powered by Inclusive Companies, The Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers list is a definitive list focusing on representation at management, senior, executive and board level, as well as inclusive cultures at work and within communities. Celebrating leaders …Read More »
  • Mitie ranks 10th on the list of Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers

    Mitie ranks 10th on the list of Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers

    Mitie has been ranked 10th in the list of Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers, marking the third year it has been recognised as one of the UK’s most inclusive employers. The Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers List recognises businesses that are working to create a truly diverse and inclusive workforce by promoting all strands of diversity, such as age, disability, …Read More »
  • University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Trust announced UK’s most inclusive organisation

    University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Trust announced UK’s most inclusive organisation

    The Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers List has been published by Inclusive Companies, with the top spot going to University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Trust. The list features UK based organisations that promote inclusion across all protected characteristics, across all levels of employment within their organisation. Karmini McCann, Head of Inclusion and Engagement at Morecambe Bay said: “We are …Read More »
  • Morecambe Bay hospitals trust voted UK’s most inclusive employer

    Morecambe Bay hospitals trust voted UK’s most inclusive employer

    University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Trust (UHMBT) has been awarded first place in the top 50 of the UK’s most inclusive employers, being recognised as the most inclusive employer out of the 110 member companies. The list includes public and private sector organisations including Auto Trader, BUPA, UK House of Lords, E.ON, and The British Army. Lancashire Constabulary also gained fourth place on the list. Announced through a virtual event, The Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers is a dynamic resource that has identified the most inclusive companies across the nation. It is a definitive …Read More »
  • Who is the UK’s most Inclusive Employer?

    Who is the UK’s most Inclusive Employer?

    The UK’s most inclusive companies revealed… In a year like no other, the long-awaited Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers Index published on December 02nd showcases leading organisations working across all strands of diversity. Now in its fifth year, the list has become the premier cross industry index harnessing best practice and innovation to drive inclusion for all. Announced through a …Read More »
  • Improving inclusion in the workplace

    Improving inclusion in the workplace

    Inclusion in the workplace is essential for several reasons. It is critical for retaining and making the most of diversity, and it builds trust and leads to higher-performing teams. In finance, the better inclusion of people from different backgrounds has led to the development of innovative financial products and better customer service.  The virtual working environment that we find ourselves in at …Read More »
  • ‘Red tape’ getting in the way of diversity in the police service, top officer warns

    ‘Red tape’ getting in the way of diversity in the police service, top officer warns

    Now is the time for forces to transform themselves and address racial inequality, the most senior Asian woman in the ranks of the police has said. Assistant chief constable Kerrin Wilson, the National Police Chiefs’ lead on race, said the end of austerity, a drive to recruit 20,000 more officers and the Black Lives Matter protests mean forces are able …Read More »
  • Join Our Latest Event Today at 10.00am: Black Inclusion – Past, Present & Future

    Join Our Latest Event Today at 10.00am: Black Inclusion – Past, Present & Future

    Join Our Latest Event Today at 10.00am: Black Inclusion – Past, Present & Future Thursday 22nd October | 10.00 – 12.00 BST Honouring Black History Month and the Official Launch of Black Leaders, this dynamic and insightful event in partnership with Auto Trader UK will feature a host of influential speakers and a powerful panel session. Not only will we …Read More »
  • Inclusive Companies Launches FREE Virtual Events

    Inclusive Companies Launches FREE Virtual Events

    Virtual Event: Black Inclusion – Past, Present & Future Thursday 22nd October | 10.00 – 12.00 BST Honouring Black History Month and the Official Launch of Black Leaders, this dynamic and insightful event in partnership with Auto Trader UK will feature a host of influential speakers and a powerful panel session. Not only will we explore an interesting array of …Read More »
  • Join us for our latest virtual event: Black Inclusion – Past, Present & Future

    Join us for our latest virtual event: Black Inclusion – Past, Present & Future

    Thursday 22nd October | 10.00 – 12.00 BST Honouring Black History Month and the Official Launch of Black Leaders, this dynamic and insightful event in partnership with Auto Trader UK will feature a host of influential speakers and a powerful panel session. Not only will we explore an interesting array of topics, but we will delve into various aspects of …Read More »
  • Join us at 14.00 for Today’s Webinar

    Join us at 14.00 for Today’s Webinar

    Disability Inclusive Practice in the Workplace – Facilitated by Dave Thompson MBE Sep 21 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm What to expect? Disability inclusion in the workplace, is not just about recruiting disabled people. It involves creating a workplace where disabled employees and those with long-term health conditions are valued for their strengths and have the same opportunities to …Read More »
  • Joins us for our latest Webinar: Disability Inclusive Practice in the Workplace – Facilitated by Dave Thompson MBE 

    Joins us for our latest Webinar: Disability Inclusive Practice in the Workplace – Facilitated by Dave Thompson MBE 

    Joins us for our latest Webinar: Disability Inclusive Practice in the Workplace – Facilitated by Dave Thompson MBE  Sep 21 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Disability inclusion in the workplace, is not just about recruiting disabled people. It involves creating a workplace where disabled employees and those with long-term health conditions are valued for their strengths and have the …Read More »
  • UK’s workforce calls for more action on diversity and inclusion

    UK’s workforce calls for more action on diversity and inclusion

    Almost half (46%) of Britain’s workforce think their employer could do more when it comes to diversity, with 58% of employees from Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds agreeing, according to a report from UK-based tech-for-good developer, Culture Shift. Despite 79% of employees confirming that working somewhere with a diverse workforce is an important factor for their happiness at work, …Read More »
  • Can Flexible Work Close The Disability Employment Gap?

    Can Flexible Work Close The Disability Employment Gap?

    At the beginning of January 2020, flexible working was something you still had to ask permission for. But overnight, it became a necessity for many, rather than personal preference.  Flexible work is sometimes mistaken for being a millennial trend; demanded by those wanting ultimate freedom. But since the pandemic, free will has been taken out of the equation. But for …Read More »
  • Third Sector – Sector still needs to ‘pull its finger out’ on diversity, charity warns

    Third Sector – Sector still needs to ‘pull its finger out’ on diversity, charity warns

    A charity that aims to improve diversity among not-for-profit boards has called on the sector to “pull its finger out” as it launches its latest bursary offering. Getting on Board exists to help people from all walks of life become trustees. It does this by working with charities to try to change their attitudes towards diversity and by working with …Read More »
  • Inclusive Companies Newsletter

    Inclusive Companies Newsletter

    Tomorrow’s Webinar: Radius Networks presents: How employee networks have reacted to 2020, and everything it threw at them – Presented by Fiona Jackson & Tim Macavoy Date: Thursday 03rd September Time: 11.30am What to Expect? It’s been a year like no other and Employee Networks have had to change and innovate rapidly to support their members and engage their allies. …Read More »