DIVERSITY and inclusion should be a board level issue for Northern Ireland companies, not just something that is paid lip service in HR handbooks, according to the head of employment at leading Belfast law firm Carson McDowell.
COMPANIES and organisations intending to submit an entry to this year's Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards by the May 3 deadline have taken part in a special 'How to Write a Winning Entry' workshop hosted at KPMG's Belfast headquarters.
IS your business, school or organisation intending to be among the hundred-plus who'll be entering the 13th running of the Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards? Do you need some guidance on how to complete an entry that will wow the judging panel (which will again by chaired by NI Chamber of Commerce immediate past president Ellvena Graham)? In an innovative addition to this year's initiative, the Irish News has introduced a free 'Writing a Winning Application' workshop, which takes place on Wednesday March 27 (8am-9am) at the Belfast headquarters of KPMG in the Soloist Building, Lanyon Place.
THE 13th running of the Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards, which is now up and running for entries, will continue with its unashamed focus of recognising and rewarding talent, with its 2019 strapline being TALENT EQUALS SUCCESS.
THE plush banqueting suite at Titanic Belfast has reverberated to the sound of glammed-up guests tucking into sumptuous fayre at hundreds of black-tie dinners since it first opened its doors seven years ago.
QUEEN’S University in Belfast, a business partner in this year’s Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards, is one of the leading universities in the UK and Ireland and contributes over £1 billion to the local economy.