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We take pride in building an inclusive culture. Our resources are available for anyone with the same ambition.

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Inclusive language guide

The words we use and the way in which we use them, have a huge impact on our colleagues, clients, customers and suppliers. Using inclusive language demonstrates greater awareness, respect and consideration for different perspectives, identities, and ideas that other individuals bring to the table. It helps us develop an inclusive mindset and work toward building spaces where everyone can feel understood and respected.

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We make our toolkits freely available for other organisations who want to promote diversity

In Conversation with Nickie Aiken

Ending the taboo on menopause

Did you know 12 million women in the UK are currently going through the menopause, I am one of them, and it can be very tough. We need much better awareness and support in society – especially in our workplaces.

I got together Dr Wendy Denning (a private GP), Livia Francis (health and fitness expert), and Tanuj Kapilashrami (the global head of HR at Standard Chartered Bank) to discuss what more we can do – and I’m going to put their brilliant suggestions to ministers who are leading a call for evidence to improve women’s health.

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