Diversity & Inclusion Development
How can we help?
We live in a society where diversity and inclusion, is not fully realised and we inequality in society , based on Gender , Race , Religion , disability diversity, equity and inclusion aren't new, and society has acknowledged that change is required to have a more equitable and fairer society.
Changes is attitudes, culture and the media have brought structural and systemic inequality to the forefront which has demonstrated how far we still have to go. We aid organisations, who wish to pick up baton and deliver real change within the diversity and inclusion within their organisation progress - not only because Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) ultimately benefits their bottom line but also because consumers now expect increased levels of social responsibility as the norm.
The Race Paradox:
Changing the Diversity Agenda
Aspire consultancy supports organisations, senior leadership teams, managers, and executives to understand the importance of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) in the workplace and gain actionable insights and strategies to support DEI within their organisations.
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“Your Race, Gender, disability, sexual orientation, education, Social class, or background should not impact on their ability to work and find a job that you enjoy.
However, we recognise and acknowledge despite some organisation best endeavours, there is still a disconnect between perception and their reality, as minority groups are still disadvantaged through many recruitments’ campaigns.
This has led us Aspire formulating an wide-ranging recruitment approach that helps
businesses tap into a pool of professionals that are often under-utilised. We aim to work in partnership with organisations, to identify suitable candidates from diverse communities and other underrepresented groups.
At Aspire we aim to recruit, train and develop partners within the Private, Public and 3rd sectors, to ensure that they attract and retain staff from Black, Asian and ethnic minorities."