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Gender equality campaign
Our gender equality campaign aims to increase women's success at work, because it is good for business and good for society. We work to share and inspire best practice and to give employers and their people the tools to drive change.
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Our race equality campaign supports and challenges employers to work pro-actively on race and cultural diversity in their organisations, which has a positive impact on business performance in terms of increased efficiency and productivity.

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Our ambition is a diverse, skilled and healthy workforce that actively volunteers in communities, with business setting public targets on diversity, fair pay, productivity and wellbeing.
Leading Facilities Management company, Interserve, encourages its suppliers to break down barriers to work for people with convictions.
On 26 June, Business in the Community, supported by the City & Guilds Group, will bring employers together to explore the challenges and opportunities of recruiting young talent in the Bristol area.  From plugging future skills gaps to retaining and attracting young people into your business; this free conference will help you to adapt your workforce planning for the next generation.
Employers that haven't considered hiring veterans are missing a trick. This toolkit is designed to help businesses strengthen their workforce by tapping into the ex-military talent pool.
Interim findings from David Lammy review point to racial bias in the UK criminal justice system.
Andy Briggs, CEO of Aviva UK and Ireland Life and Chair of Business in the Community’s Leadership Team on Age at Work will lead the team in its role as Business Champion.
Barclays has brought greater diversity to their workforce, gained insight into their older customer base, and created new opportunities for older workers through apprenticeships, flexible working, role models and digital skills champions.