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Events

enei Awards 2018

  • 10th July 2018
  • 16:30 - 20:00
  • The Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1PL, UK

This is a free event, however there will be a £50 plus VAT admin charge for non-attendance or cancellations received less than 5 days prior to the event.

Join us on 10 July to celebrate the best employers for equality and inclusion. Our Awards take place at the Law Society in London on 10 June and are free to attend. Come along to congratulate the winners and hear their inspirational stories and learn best practice.

 

 

 

Find out who's been shortlisted!

 

 

Meet the Judges

 

 

Award Categories

This award recognises an organisation that has extended diversity globally across at least three countries. Judges will be looking for:

  • Innovative global programmes.
  • Evidence of outcomes and results with statistics provided.
  • Evidence of a measurable impact on the organisation as a result.

This award recognises an organisation that has innovated their diversity approach. This organisation will have stepped away from conventional diversity initiatives and introduced an approach that sets new standards for the promotion of diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Judges will be looking for:

  • Innovative programmes or approaches.
  • Evidence of outcomes and results with statistics provided.
  • Evidence of a measurable impact on the organisation as a result.

This award recognises an organisation whose initiatives and achievements demonstrate a commitment to providing an inclusive environment where individuals can be themselves at work. A truly inclusive culture relies on managers possessing the competencies required to be inclusive and organisations provide training, communications, employee engagement, agile working, working families support, and work-life balance. Judges will be looking for:

  • Commitment from all levels of the organisation.
  • Evidence of diversity being considered in all aspects of inclusive communications and organisational behaviour.
  • Evidence of measurable impact across the whole spectrum of diversity aimed at achieving a truly inclusive culture

This award recognises an organisation that has embraced change in the way that people work. In this organisation nine to five is a classic party song, not a working pattern. Employees are not expected to work in the office, but whereever, whenever and however they are most productive. Judges will be looking for:

  • Evidence of measurable impact: How the adoption of agile working has improved productivity, employee engagement, and business performance.
  • Commitment from all levels of the organisation: are managers fully supporting their staff to work in an agile way?
  • Your story: the business reasons for adopting agile working and how you overcame challenges along the way.

This award recognises the steps an organisation has taken to reach individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds. Judges will be looking for evidence of:

  • Relationship building with schools and young people.
  • Targeting institutions with above average levels of disadvantage.
  • Opening up wider geographical opportunities.
  • Well-structured entries into employment, including efforts to remove barriers for individuals and aligned with robust training and support activities.
  • Measurable evidence of success.

This award recognises an organisation which has committed to delivering quality apprenticeships. Judges will be looking for:

  • Apprenticeship schemes that tackle a particular business need.
  • Evidence of measurable outcomes: demonstrate the benefits to the apprentice and the business.
  • Long term progress: how former apprentices progress through their careers.

This award recognises an employer who is reducing barriers to the workplace for disabled people and supporting the health and wellbeing of their workforces. Judges will be looking for:

  • Initiatives that break down the barriers to recruitment and progression for disabled people.
  • Wellbeing approaches aimed at reducing the risk of ill health across the organisation and supporting individuals.
  • Evidence of measurable outcomes and results with statistics provided.
  • Evidence of the impact on the organisation as a result.

This award recognises an organisation that demonstrates good practice in supplier diversity, ensuring suppliers understand equality issues and promote inclusive approaches within their supply chain. Judges will be looking for:

  • A proactive and consistent approach with suppliers.
  • Evidence of good practice above legal compliance.
  • Evidence of exceptional measurable outcomes to inspire other employers.

This award recognises an employer who is taking steps to reduce pay gaps in their organisation. The winning organisation probably won’t have closed their pay gaps completely, but will be at the forefront of tackling the causes. Judges will be looking for:

  • Evidence of analysis: have you dug into the data around your pay gaps and identified the causes of them?
  • Evidence based initiatives: we want to see practical initiatives to tackle your pay gap driven by your data.
  • How are you optimising your talent pipeline.
  • Evidence of measurable outcomes and results with statistics provided.

This award recognises an employer who can demonstrate their commitment to achieving a workforce profile that is representative of its customer base and the community in which it serves. We are looking for an organisation that has taken positive steps to recruit, train and progress diverse talent (including accessing minority groups eg ex-offenders). Judges will be looking for:

  • A commitment at all levels of the organisation with current workforce profile information.
  • Evidence of actions taken to address any issues.
  • Evidence of measurable outcomes and link to organisational success.
  • Evidence of innovative approaches and outcomes that have broken down barriers and facilitated recruitment and/or development of talented people.

This award recognises a team with an outstanding contribution to delivering change within the field of Equality and Inclusion, and the positive impact this had on organisational success. Judges will be looking for evidence of:

  • How the team worked together to achieve goals (The team is not required to be recognised as a formal team).
  • Innovative approaches that will inspire other employers.
  • How the team has contributed to business/organisational success in a measurable way.

This award is aimed at ambassadors who have made a significant contribution to improving the culture within their workplace. The winning individual will have acted as a role model and ambassador for equality & inclusion and leads from the front in championing diversity. The judges will be looking for evidence of:

  • A high level of employee and leadership engagement.
  • Exceeding expectations and breaking down barriers.
  • Cultural change within the organisation.
  • Measurable impact.

This award recognises an employee network groups that has added value to their business or organisation. The award is open to network groups across all strands of diversity. Judges will be looking for:

  • Significant levels of employee engagement and influence with the leadership team.
  • Evidence of how the group has contributed to business/organisational objectives.
  • Evidence of how the group has improved the working environment for staff.
  • Measures of success.

This award recognises where an organisation has reached out to and engaged disadvantaged/minority groups in the community. Judges will be looking for:

  • Innovative programmes or approaches that support people to find jobs e.g. work experience, set up their own businesses or deliver skills and training.
  • Evidence of outcomes and results with statistics and, if possible, testimonials provided.
  • Evidence of a measurable impact on the organisation as a result.

This award recognises an exceptional individual who has overcome personal challenges and exceeded the expectations of their colleagues. This individual will have demonstrated stamina and determination to overcome stereotypes and unconscious bias. The judges will be looking for the story of an inspirational individual who is breaking down barriers.

 

 

Find out who's been shortlisted here.