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Harvey Nash UK becomes first recruitment firm to receive EY's National Equality Standard
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Stephenson Harwood becomes fourth organisation ever to be awarded prestigious National Equality Standard
International law firm Stephenson Harwood has achieved accreditation from the National Equality Standard, making it the fourth organisation ever to be recognised in this way.
Pinsent Masons awarded National Equality Standard
International law firm Pinsent Masons has been awarded the National Equality Standard (NES) for equality, diversity and inclusion in the UK. Developed by professional services organisation EY, the NES, analyses HR and business processes at UK companies.
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New RICS ‘state of profession’ report benchmarks property industry on diversity
Building Inclusivity, a new report looking at all aspects of diversity and inclusion in the land, property and construction sector, and analysing how the property industry currently measures up, has been launched today at the RICS Diversity and Inclusion Conference in London.
FTSE 100 boards do not represent ethnic diversity in the UK, Parker Review finds
The UK's largest companies are failing to promote enough ethnic minority employees to top executive positions, Sir John Parker's diversity review has found.
The ethnic diversity of UK boards: launch of the Parker review
From:Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy[https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-for-business-energy-and-industrial-strategy] and *Margot James MP*[https://www.gov.uk/government/people/margot-james]Delivered on:2 November 2016(Original script, may differ from delivered version)Location:EY headquarters, LondonFirst published:2 November 2016
Interserve gains the National Equality Standard
International support services and construction group, Interserve, has been awarded the National Equality Standard (NES) for equality, diversity and inclusion in the UK.
Hogan Lovells awarded prestigious National Equality Standard
Hogan Lovells has been awarded the National Equality Standard (NES), a rigorous benchmark developed for business by business, recognising the work the firm has done to address issues of equality, diversity and inclusion in the UK. The Standard, which is administered by consulting group EY, evaluates commitment to equality by measuring a broad and demanding set of criteria.
Arup becomes first engineering consultancy firm to achieve national equality standard
Arup has become the first engineering consultancy firm to receive certification from the National Equality Standard (NES).
HAYS achieves NES accreditation for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
7 February 2018 - Hays is honoured to have achieved the National Equality Standard (NES), one of the UK’s most rigorous and prestigious accreditations for equality, diversity and inclusion (ED&I).
CBRE achieves National Equality Standard in property advisor first
Following a robust assessment process, CBRE UK Ltd., the world's leading real estate advisor has been awarded the National Equality Standard (NES). CBRE is the first property services provider to achieve this accolade and the 22nd UK company overall.
Foot Anstey awarded the National Equality Standard
Foot Anstey LLP has become the sixth law firm to be awarded the National Equality Standard (NES). This was received on first time assessment – something less than a third of businesses have achieved.