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Within the Equality Act 2010, race means colour, nationality, citizenship, ethnic origin and national origin.
Race is a protected characteristic under the Equality Act 2010. Within the Act, race means colour, nationality, citizenship, ethnic origin and national origin. Ethnic origin is only covered where the person’s ethnicity is part of a recognised ethnic group.
The business case for diversity makes it clear that organisations with an ethnically diverse workforce are better placed to successfully compete in the global marketplace. We work with employers to help them understand and remove barriers to the successful attraction, recruitment and retention of staff from ethnically diverse backgrounds.
enei's Leading the Change - Ethnic Diversity events will support employers who are making strides to get race equality right.
Learn more about Leading the Change - Ethnic Diversity here
Maxine is responsible for recruiting and engaging enei Members to ensure their continued support for enei’s strategy, benchmarking, campaigns and networking events. She also helps to develop, deliver and promote enei’s training and consultancy to Members and non-members.
Prior to joining enei, Maxine successfully delivered equalities solutions for the Royal College of Nursing, where she worked on initiatives such as a Dignity at Work programme that helped position the organisation as an employer of choice. With over 10 years’ experience as an equalities specialist, a skilled facilitator and international trainer, Maxine was honoured by the Health Service Journal in their inaugural top 100 BME Pioneers in healthcare list.