Monday December 9, 2019

Walking the walk on diversity needs to be a point of Pride

9th June, 2019
At the launch of Aviva Pride, from left: Katie McCabe, Republic of Ireland international; Michelle White, Aviva, Tommy Bowe, former Ireland rugby international; Shaun McDonald, Aviva; and Ruesha Littlejohn, Republic of Ireland International Sportsfile

Being an employer of choice for LGBT+ professionals is about taking active steps to ensure your employees and colleagues feel safe and supported in being themselves. It is about creating and maintaining an environment in which they are free to do their best work.

The biggest mistake employers make when it comes to our LGBT+ colleagues is to ignore them or assume that championing diversity and inclusion in the workplace is irrelevant to their business.


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