PinkNews exclusive | COO on why training can't 'just pay lip-service to inclusion'

COO on why training can't 'just pay lip-service to inclusion'

Many organisations pride themselves on their inclusive policies, which aim to help each and every staff member bring their true selves to work.

While this needs to be focussed on due to the Equality Act 2010, which protects employees from discrimination at work such as age, sex and religion or belief, businesses also recognise that there are a number of business benefits to promoting inclusivity and equality in the workplace.

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