Energy firm's diversity scheme has XX factor
- interview withï¿½. // Employers Law;Sep2007, p30
An interview with Nick Smith, head of diversity and inclusion at RWE npower, is presented. He is involved in trying to keep diversity and inclusion at the forefront of the company. He also describes the three attributes he need to do his job, and one of which is the determination and desire to...
- Npower targets its energy on better diversity. // Personnel Today;8/7/2007, p4
The article reports that Energy giant RWE Npower has set itself stringent targets for improving the diversity of its workforce and raising awareness of the issue among its employees. In 2007, Npower aims to have a suitable internal or external female candidate shortlisted for at least 50% of...
- Npower backs Football League tie-up. Brownsell, Alex // Marketing (00253650);8/4/2010, p3
The article reports on the launching by Npower of a marketing blitz to promote its Football League in Great Britain.
- Npower pits One 'bundle' against British Gas. Kemp, Ed // Marketing (00253650);4/16/2008, p5
The article evaluates the Npower One product from Npower.
- Untitled. // Utility Week;5/23/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p21
A photograph of Npower's staff during a fund raising event for the Daisy Chain Project is presented.
- Crunch time for 35-mile wind farm cable plansCrunch time for 35-mile wind farm cable plans. Tasker, Johann // Farmers Weekly;2/19/2016, Issue 1070, p1
The article reports that few farmers in Lincolnshire, England, are at loggerheads with energy firm RWE Npower PLC after the renewable energy company's plan to bury 35 miles of high-power electricity cable on their land.
- A delicate balance. Texeira, Erin // Working Mother;Jun/Jul2003, p62
Examines the real life at work for women of color in the United States. Compensation; Atmosphere at work; Prospect of advancement.
- Weekly dilemma... women-only recruitment drive. Williams, Ben // Personnel Today;2/23/2010, p6
The article provides an answer to a question of how to increase the number of women employees to improve employee diversity in a construction company under the employment equality umbrella.
- Gender Dive Getting Men on Board. Warren, Andy // Profiles in Diversity Journal;Nov/Dec2012, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p79
The author talks about getting men to actively get involved in gender diversity across all levels in the organization by communicating a strong business case, stressing that companies with a high representation of women on boards or in upper management performed better financially.