Legal Island Sponsor CIPD Ireland's 2020 Diversity & Inclusion AwardPosted in : ROI on 19 February 2020 Issues covered:
Legal Island was delighted to sponsor the Diversity and Inclusion award at the CIPD Ireland HR Awards 2020, which took place on Friday 14th February at Mansion House, Dublin.
This award recognised organisations that moved the diversity and inclusion agenda forward, broke new ground and overcame resistance, made change happen, and benefited employees and the business.
Shortlisted organisations included:
- AIB – ‘Mentor Her’ – embedding Mentor Her into AIB’s culture in 2019
- Defence Forces / Óglaigh na hÉireann – Creating an Inclusive Organisation Through Education
- Ernst and Young – How Diversity of Thought is driving culture at EY
- Johnson & Johnson – Vision Care (Ireland) – Developing a Diverse and Inclusive Manufacturing Apprenticeship Programme
- Permanent TSB – Diversity & Inclusion at PTSB
- Pramerica Systems Ireland Ltd – Our Journey – Diversity & Inclusion @ Pramerica
- Version 1 – The Version 1 Diversity and Inclusion Initiative
Our events manager, Emma Bardsley announced the winner:
Highly commended was... Defence Forces / Óglaigh na hÉireann
The winner was... Ernst and Young
Huge congratulations to all of the shortlisted organisations, Defence Forces and EY from all at Legal Island.
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