We want to create a truly inclusive culture, allowing everyone at work to contribute and feel a part of an organisation without having to ‘fit in’. This can inspire us all to deliver fair and equitable health outcomes across our diverse health population.
Through our commitment to ED&I we can ensure that we all feel included, that we respect diversity, and we all have a voice to enable us all to be our authentic selves at work. We do this in many ways – through our active networks for our Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), LGBTQ and Disabled Staff. Staff can connect, share their experience and have a voice on their priorities as they move forward on common goals.
The communities we serve have a rich and ever changing cultural heritage and our increasingly diverse workforce reflects and exceeds this. There has never been a more important time to address the inequalities we have seen in our societies throughout and prior to the pandemic and at a time of great change on the ‘international stage’ and by respecting, nurturing and celebrating both individuality and diversity, together we can promote both a great employee and patient experience.
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