Commissioner urges employers to take a broader view of diversity

November 2007
People Management;1/11/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 22, p9
The article reports that Kay Allen, one of the commissioners of the British Equality & Human Rights Commission (EHRC), urged employers to take a broader view of diversity during the Working Families 2007 autumn conference. She asked employers to think about the other influences of diversity and to ensure that equality is a foundation of business activity. Allen also noted that the mandate for diversity must sit at board level.


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