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Diversity isn't about quotas

A pragmatic approach to diversity ensures you'll have the highest quality of employees, says Kathryn Taylor

25 November 2013

It is entirely possible to have diversity in the workplace and for equal opportunities to be available. As a woman leading a business, some would say I am a prime example of how this can be achieved in a profession which has been traditionally male led.

Diversity in the workplace can mean many things such as gender, age, ethnicity, religious faith, to name but a few.

Regardless of the sector within which you operate, embracing diversity in the workplace is about embracing current and future employees as individuals and identifying key strengths from which your business can benefit. At times you have to be creative and flexible to capture the right people.

As a firm, we've with the times, and never more so than during 2013. We have seen the founding generation step aside to allow a fresh new outlook to be developed, in terms of how we deliver our service offering, especially in process-driven areas, so that each individual within the ...

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