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From thought leadership to technical pieces, knowledge hub keeps our members and pensions professionals up to date with recent developments in the industry.
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From thought leadership to technical pieces, knowledge hub keeps our members and pensions professionals up to date with the recent developments in the industry.
In this webinar we will be discussing LGBT+ and diversity.
In this session we look at tangible and implementable actions you can take to improve the diversity and inclusion within your pension scheme
There can be no doubt that the pensions industry is behind on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT+) inclusion in comparison to other sectors. There is no representation in Stonewall’s top 100 workplace index, banter is the number one concern for LGBT+ individuals and many simply choose not to be ‘out’ at work.
Aviva is committed to being a diverse and inclusive organisation but we recognise that we are still on a journey to reach that goal. We want our commitment to D&I to be reflected in our employees, customers, clients, and supply chain.
The Pensions Management Institute (PMI) is pleased to announce that it has appointed Aviva as its Diversity & Inclusion Partner to raise awareness around the importance of these issues in workplaces across the industry.
The United Kingdom has become home to people from across the globe. Today, there are over 300 languages spoken in this country. In 2018, 6.1 million of the UK’s total population were non-British, and 3.7 million were born abroad. 17% of the country’s total workforce is born outside the UK. This is a particularly important point as it shows that we cannot think about the British public without having it at the forefront of our minds that we live in an incredibly diverse society; a society that consists of people from different backgrounds, beliefs, religions, languages, and culture, and that’s just racial diversity.