The Made in Group, which includes Made in the Midlands and Made in Yorkshire, is launching an inclusivity campaign that is backed by Baroness Lorely Burt.
According to Machinery.co.uk, the Made in Group are launching a new inclsuvity campaign.
The campaign aims to equip employers with the knowledge and tools to improve inclusivity and diversity within their workforces and their working practices.
Following an initial assessment and benchmarking, the company will be provided feedback on areas they can improve, in addition to attending inclusivity and mental health awareness workshops supported by an expansive Inclusivity Toolkit resource.
The scheme will refocus staff development programmes to ensure the workplace culture offers equal opportunities for career progression, regardless of an employee’s age, gender, race or sexuality.
Six months after the initial assessment, companies will be invited to retake the questionnaire to review progress and having implemented the necessary processes, will receive a qualifying Inclusivity kite mark.
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