Join our discussion of results from the sector-wide equality, diversity, and inclusion survey - EU Skills

Join our discussion of results from the sector-wide equality, diversity, and inclusion survey

This year marks the first time we have collected data on CEOs in energy and utilities

Join our discussion of results from the sector-wide equality, diversity, and inclusion survey

A free webinar will be taking place on the insights we have gleaned from the Inclusion Measurement Framework survey – an annual collection of data about equality, diversity, and inclusion across the energy and utilities sector.

This year [2021] marks the first time we have collected diversity and inclusion information from CEOs within the sector, and we’ll be diving deep into the insights which have come back. 

The Sector Inclusion Commitment was launched in 2019 in response to the energy and utilities workforce across the UK was currently failing to fully represent the demographics of the 67 million people it serves every day.

Ensuring that we are properly reflecting the communities we serve is a key priority for the energy and utilities sector – it’s one of the six overarching strategic aims of the Workforce Renewal and Skills Strategy 2020-2025.

A properly representative workforce is vital to ensuring we are fulfilling our sector’s social mission in unifying communities, and also that we are benefitting from the complete talent pool available in the UK.

This webinar will be taking place on Wednesday 16 February from 10:30 – 11:30.

Register here – Sector-Wide EDI Survey Insights and best practice event

We will also be hearing from Lynne Graham about the successes that Thames Water have had in implementing their diversity and inclusion priorities.

There will be opportunities to ask questions, and to learn more about what steps the sector needs to take to fully represent the communities it serves.

The webinar will be chaired by Lynne Graham, HR Director for Thames Water, and hosted by Louise Parry, Director of People at Energy & Utility Skills and Mac Alonge, CEO of The Equal Group.