Quick-fire case studies – providing for different groups and protected characteristics to cherish and retain a diverse workforce

15 May 2019
13:40 - 14:05
Hallam Conference Centre
Rachel Billington
HR Diversity and Inclusion Lead, Metropolitan Police
James Haq-Myles
Global Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Well-being, Travelex
Emma Allen
Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Lead, Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust

Quick-fire case studies – providing for different groups and protected characteristics to cherish and retain a diverse workforce

Quick-fire case studies – providing for different groups and protected characteristics to cherish and retain a diverse workforce.

To create truly inclusive workplaces, attracting diverse talent is not enough, organisations need to make the necessary provisions to include all differences, cherish and retain diverse talent. How can we create a workplace where employees feel that they have a voice and are supported to stay and develop? Learn through practical examples:

  • supporting people with disability: making reasonable adjustments

Speaker: Emma Allen, Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Lead, Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust

  • mental health: best practice to fight the stigma on mental health issues and support employees

Speaker: James Haq-Myles, Global Head of Diversity, Inclusion & Wellbeing, Travelex

  • driving and supporting greater gender diversity through returners programmes

Speaker: Rachel Billington, HR Diversity and Inclusion Lead, Metropolitan Police