Another year comes to an end, which gives us a chance to look back at some of the great resources we’ve shared over the past 12 months to help you and your organisation become more diverse and inclusive.
Five steps to becoming an Accord signatory.
If you think the Diversity Agenda Accord is an overwhelming commitment that involves a lengthy sign-up process, then think again. Here we walk you through just how easy it is to become an Accord signatory. All you need is a strong desire to drive real meaningful change within our professions. So, how about coming on board?
Read: Five steps to becoming an Accord signatory
Top Tips to close the gender pay equity gap. Now.
We all know that (sadly) men on average are paid more. The same job. For more money. Just because? Well, in many cases probably just because of their gender. So what can you do about it? You can close that gap. And here’s how…
Read: Top Tips to close the gender pay equity gap. Now.
Seven Top Tips for setting up a diversity & inclusion committee.
Empowering your team to feel involved in your organisation’s approach to diversity and inclusion, will not only ensure everyone is working towards a common goal, but also make sure you are hearing all the voices in the room, all the time. So here’s some guidance on how to get your committee up and running.
Read: Seven Top Tips for setting up a diversity & inclusion committee
Understanding gender diversity and how to be an ally.
Gabrielle Duggan from Engineering New Zealand, together with Rainbow Youth and InsideOUT, shares some information on what gender diversity is, how to support gender diverse people in the workplace, and some key terminology.
Read: Understanding gender diversity and how to be an ally
Five top resources that prove D&I isn’t just PC talk.
The business case for diversity and inclusion is stronger than ever, with research regularly proving its positive effect on financial performance, creativity and innovation, and employee wellbeing. Here are resources you can share as proof to those who think it’s just a corporate feel-good measure…
Read: Five top resources that prove D&I isn’t just PC talk