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Staffline achieves Bronze Diversity Mark, demonstrating its firm commitment to gender equality

Posted date 9 months ago Posted by Staffline Ireland

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Staffline achieves Bronze Diversity Mark, demonstrating its firm commitment to gender equality  

 

Staffline has been awarded the prestigious Bronze Diversity Mark by Diversity Mark, marking its firm commitment to promoting greater gender equality and parity in the workplace. 

 

As one of the leading recruitment firms across Ireland, Staffline has a 56% female senior leadership team and an impressive 68% of females in management roles. 

 

Given its significant influence in the recruitment sector, this is a welcome trend which has received special recognition from Diversity Mark. 

 

Speaking on the recent award to Staffline, Nuala Murphy, Diversity Mark Interim Head of Business said: 

 

Diversity Mark is the leading authority on Diversity and Inclusion. The Bronze Diversity Mark accreditation is awarded to companies following an independent assessment process which ensures they have reached the required standard of commitment to advancing Gender Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace. Not only will it help attraction and retention of staff, but it will contribute to building a more equal, representative, and inclusive society.

 

Director of HR at Staffline, Sinead Sharpe said:

 

Staffline Ireland is proud to be a diverse company – we believe our diversity is our strength, and only enhances the service we provide to our clients and workers. It’s our ongoing aim to maintain a truly inclusive workplace that diversity, equity and belonging is reflected in supportive employee training; benefits and policies.

 

Staffline are especially pleased to endorse policies which ensure traditional barriers to gender equity are removed, including: hybrid working, enhanced maternity pay policies, role salary bands which reflect the real UK living wage and performance-based promotions among others.

 

 

 

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(L-R) Paula McDermott, Group HR Manager, Tina Nzeye, HR Systems Administrator, Sinead Sharpe, HR Director, John Kelso-Mason, Learning and Development Co-Ordinator.