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Fairness, Inclusion & Respect

Being a Good Employer

We as managers need to understand our own strengths and weaknesses so that we can build a diverse team.

Managing workplaces effectively and inclusively

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Fairness, Inclusion and Respect supports a management approach whereby we recognise that everyone has different strengths and also have different needs. We as managers need to understand our own characteristics, strengths and weaknesses so that we can build a diverse team around us that can support our weaknesses.

Creating a culture of fairness, inclusion and respect in the workplace enables our people to do the best job that they can. That, in turn, boosts productivity and benefits the business bottom line.

The FIR Toolkit Resource Library contains a range of resources that specifically explain how being a good employer promotes FIR and vice versa.

Recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce

A video case study from Ardmore outlining how they go about recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce, and what it means to engage with local talent.

Ardmore – Recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce

Selected 'Being a Good Employer' learning resources

We have an extensive resource library on FIR issues, dive in and look at these 8 resources or click to see the searchable library

Fairness, Inclusion & Respect
Fairness, Inclusion & Respect
Fairness, Inclusion & Respect
Fairness, Inclusion & Respect
Fairness, Inclusion & Respect
Fairness, Inclusion & Respect
Fairness, Inclusion & Respect
Fairness, Inclusion & Respect

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