London - November 30, 2018 Harvey Nash Group, the global technology recruitment, IT outsourcing and leadership services organisation, has been awarded the Business Culture Diversity and Inclusion Initiative Award at the Business Culture Awards.
The Group were against stiff competition, including well known organisations such as the Home Office, Capgemini UK, ODEON Cinemas Group, Post Office Ltd and Surrey Police.
The award is in a highly competitive category, where judges were looking for organisations who have put diversity and inclusion at the heart of their business culture - not just in their procedures and policies - and shown real results.
The award win reflects over a decade’s worth of commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion - a milestone in this journey was the achievement of EY’s National Equality Standard in 2016. Building on this success Harvey Nash launched Inclusion 360 - where it has taken the knowledge and passion it has applied internally, to help its external clients on their inclusive recruitment journeys; specifically in attraction, selection and onboarding.
Through this approach, Harvey Nash not only facilitate knowledge sharing with a wide range of organisations, there is also commitment to raising awareness internally and embedding good practice into client services and the recruitment and development of talent at Harvey Nash.
The award was announced at a ceremony last night at the 5 star Royal Garden Hotel, London. The judges commented, a “Brilliant example of sharing best practice and helping others learn about this crucial topic. Great role model”.
To find out more about the awards, please visit https://businesscultureawards.com/.
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