Category: Industry News, diversity, LGBT, equality, colleagues, pride in london
On 25 June 2016, Royal Mail participated in Pride in London for the first time
More than 100 colleagues took part, either travelling on Royal Mail’s Pride-themed float or walking in a procession behind
As one of the UK’s biggest employers, Royal Mail is committed to putting equality and diversity at the heart of its business
For the first time, Royal Mail took part in this year’s Pride in London parade on Saturday 25 June, 2016. The parade took place in support of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) colleagues, and their friends, family and supporters.
Royal Mail employees and their supporters were wearing red T-shirts with the company’s new Pride slogan ‘delivering with Pride’. An imitation rainbow postbox was displayed on the float. As one of the UK’s biggest employers, Royal Mail is committed to putting equality and diversity at the heart of its business.
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