Denroy achieve the Bronze Diversity Charter Mark

Nicola Robinson and Nicola White Diversity Mark NI present Rachel Osborne and Kim McCauley with their Bronze Diversity Award.

Denroy were delighted to be awarded the Bronze Diversity Charter Mark at this year’s Business of Diversity Lunch.

The Diversity Mark is Northern Ireland’s only independent not-for-profit organisation focused on supporting companies to achieve a Charter Mark, recognising their commitment to Diversity in the work environment.

This “Mark of Progress” demonstrates a company’s dedication to building a positive and inclusive culture for all employees, focusing on the gender imbalance that exists currently within Northern Ireland.

Denroy are now following the Diversity framework to identify and reflect on institutional barriers faced by minorities and underrepresented genders within the business. We endeavour to ensure that these barriers do not hinder career progression, encourage equal representation within all levels of the business, and implement structural and cultural changes to effect change within the workplace.

Six Bronze Diversity Awards were presented in recognition of commitment to Gender Diversity at Diversity Mark NI 2nd Business of Diversity Lunch in the Canal Court Hotel Newry. Front row l-r Sarah Allen Outsource Solutions, Kevin Donaghy Principal St. Ronan’s Primary School, 1st school in N.I. to achieve this award, Catherine Harrison HR Director First Derivatives, Rachel Osborne Denroy, Tracey Schofield A&L Goodbody, John French Consumer Council, back row l-r Sandra Quinn Outsource Solutions, Nicola Robinson Diversity Mark NI, Donna Marie Gill First Derivatives, Kim McCauley Denroy, Fergal McFerran Diversity Mark Assessor and Christine White Diversity Mark NI.