Why we need to practise what we preach

Adare Human Resource Management is leading the way in helping companies achieve greater gender balance within their organisations, writes Siobhán Maguire

7th April, 2019
Catherine Smith McKiernan, Head of Consulting at Adare Human Resource Management

In order to achieve any meaningful gender balance in the workplace, an all-encompassing approach must be taken. Awareness is just step one; practical policies and practices should be put in place to back up an organisation’s intention to enact real change.

That’s according to Adare Human Resource Management, who are currently helping Irish organisations change their narrative and approach to achieve gender balance.

Catherine Smith McKiernan, Head of Consulting in Adare...

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