UK Power Networks: The Inclusive Culture Pledge 2018
Category: culture, inclusive workplace
UK Power Networks have signed up to the Inclusive Culture Pledge 2018.
The Inclusive Culture Pledge is a public commitment to building your diversity maturity over the next 12 months. It is a great way to let everyone know UK Power Networks are working towards a truly 21st workplace, where diverse talent is welcomed, valued and nurtured, and what you're they are planning to do next.
Taking the Pledge will help position them alongside the ever-growing list of global companies who are tapping into the potential of inclusive culture to better engage their employees and better serve their customers.
Research this year by the CMI shows that full BAME representation in the UK workforce would be worth an extra E24bn to the economy each year.
Inclusive teams perform, innovate and problem-solve more effectively.
Inclusive cultures attract and retain the best talent.
Inclusive companies are 45% more likely to increase their market share.
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