diversity policy

diversity policy

A generic term for any locally implemented policy in the UK which is part of a framework for good practice in organisations, and acts as a deterrent to discrimination against individuals based on their differences—e.g., age, class, culture, gender, health status, HIV status, marital status, cognitive ability, mental health, offending background, physical disability, place of origin, political beliefs, race, religion, sensory ability or sexual orientation.
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Of the 26 hospitality related companies and REITS studied, not one group scored perfectly with respect to size, makeup and independence of the Board due to one of the following: an even number of board members, the chairman and CEO functions not being separated, too many insiders on the board, a classified board (terms of greater than one year), and finally, the lack of a formal diversity policy.
Its Diversity policy is firmly focused on promoting equal opportunities and inclusion.
My advice to the school, is that staff is to go on a journey of enlightenment first task, hunt out your policies and procedures, second task, and revisit, rethink and re-educate every member of staff on those policies and procedures, paying special attention to the equalities and diversity policy.
Following our Annual Diversity Policy Statement, NCUA leadership and management will continue to make a concerted effort to hire, promote, develop and train a highly qualified and diverse workforce.
Across all industries, 49 per cent of the entire survey pool said their organisation does not have a gender diversity policy in place, and a further 19 per cent were unsure.
In addition to that, professors from the Catholic University of Leuven briefed the delegation members on topics such as canon law and diversity policy.
NEXCOM fully embraces its diversity policy of fostering an inclusive workforce because it makes our organization stronger and better for both our associates as well as our customers.
Under the standards, entities may continue to utilize their age-old supplier diversity policy and continue to make no progress.
She provides an analytical framework that identifies fundamental choices in the definition of diversity, in the motivation for diversity in organizations, and in diversity policy as an organizational strategy.
5 PERCENT) and instituting a board diversity policy (50 PERCENT).
A Department for Business spokesman said that to encourage greater diversity on remuneration committees it had acted to broaden the membership base, and made it a requirement for companies to report on their boardroom diversity policy from October.
It has been awarded the prestigious Advanced Level of the Equality Standard by the sport's Kick It Out campaign and backed by its governing bodies to reward the club's diversity policy and community work.
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