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Working with our Members to achieve and promote best practice in equality and inclusion in the workplace.
The Employers Network for Equality & Inclusion (enei) is the UK's leading employer network covering all aspects of equality and inclusion issues in the workplace. We focus on delivering high quality practical advice, products and services to our members.Learn more
At the Employers Network for Equality & Inclusion we help organisations turn theory into practice. Working with business closely we understand the real issues faced by employers and the barriers you come across when trying to make change happen.Learn more
How do organisations make their cultures more inclusive? Full inclusion is a temporary state that few organisations will ever achieve. Inclusive organisations recognise this and understand that a drive for continuous improvement is in the best interest of the organisation, employees and stakeholders.
Equality is where all employees have equality of opportunity, and difference doesn’t matter. A reactive state based on meeting legal requirements, equality is focused internally on employees.Read more
Diversity is where difference is recognised and emphasised, but not actively leveraged to drive organisational success. Based on best practice, diversity acknowledges the benefit of the workforce being representative of the organisation’s customers.Read more
Inclusion is where difference is seen as a benefit to utilise; and where perspectives and differences are shared, leading to better decisions. Customer driven, inclusion is steered from the top and encourages innovation and a tailored approach for every stakeholder.Read more