Rewarding Workplace Diversity Seminar: Exploring LGB&/T Identity at Work

Posted in : NI on 4 October 2016
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In partnership with The Rainbow Project and Allstate Northern Ireland.

Rewarding Workplace Diversity Seminar: Exploring LGB&/T Identity at Work

When: Friday 14th October 11-12.45pm
Venue: Dance Studio, The Playhouse, Derry

In partnership with The Rainbow Project and Allstate Northern Ireland.

This timely seminar will provide an opportunity to hear from Diversity Champions organisations in Northern Ireland about their diversity and inclusion initiatives to celebrate gender and sexual minorities in the workplace.  The seminar will explore the business case for diversity in terms of recruitment, growth, CSR, talent management and planning and provide attendees with an opportunity to hear about the Diversity Champions programme for their organisation and how they can promote and experience these workplace benefits for themselves.

Keynote: Ciaran Moore, Diversity & Inclusion lead for Northern Ireland, Lloyds Banking Group - No 2 in the Stonewall top 100 Employers for 2016 Awards

Organisations are invited to attend to ask questions and swap notes.  HR leaders and LGBT staff network instigators are encouraged to attend.  Do contact us if you would like to reserve multiple spaces for your organisation.  Registration is available here

Contact harriet@rainbow-project.org or laverne@londonderrychamber.co.uk for any further information.

 

 

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