The firm is the seventh UK firm to receive the accreditation for equality, diversity and inclusion excellence
We are delighted to be recognised for our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion by gaining accreditation to the National Equality Standard (NES).
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.
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.
People from different backgrounds bring different experiences and perspectives, and it’s long been recognised that greater diversity in the boardroom can help create constructive and challenging dialogue.
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.
We recently became the first water company to receive the prestigious National Equality Standard (NES) accreditation.
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.
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.
Harvey Nash, the global professional and executive recruitment group, today announced that their UK business has become the first recruitment firm to be certified with EY's National Equality Standard, one of the UK's most rigorous and prestigious accreditations for diversity and inclusion.