Pledge to become a more Inclusive Employer
The Inclusivity Works Pledge is simple – it’s about stating your intention to become a more inclusive and diverse employer. What that looks like will be different for every organisation and we’re here to help you wherever you are on that journey, especially if you want to do more but aren’t sure where to start. By pledging today, you will really help your employees and your organisation to thrive by reaping the benefits of inclusivity in the workplace. So, what are you waiting for?
Make the pledge today!
I believe that taking steps to become a more inclusive and diverse employer is not only the right thing to do, it will also make our organisation more creative, more successful and a more enjoyable place to work.
On behalf of our organisation, I confirm that we would like to find out more about the support that is available to help us on our journey towards becoming a more Inclusive Employer, and we are happy to be contacted by the Inclusivity Works team.
Please complete your contact information below to make the pledge
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Pledged Gloucestershire Employers
Inclusive Employers Case Studies
Emma Willis story
Emma Willis is a boutique bespoke shirt maker with a store in London and shirt making factory based in Gloucester.
She has taken on two highly skilled Syrian refugees, Ibrahim and Nareem, who are both adding value to her workforce due to their exceptional sewing and cutting skills.
Gloucester Services story
Gloucester Services on the M5 was created to offer sustainable jobs and income to local people, but they realised that some candidates with huge potential were not making it through the traditional interview process. Working in partnership with Gloucestershire Gateway Trust, ‘Bridging the Gap’ was born, a free three-day pre-employment course.