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Our Diversity platforms 

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Start the Day the Conscious Way 

Sue LangleyJoin us for the first Diversity Breakfast of 2015 on Tuesday 3rd March when we will be joined by international speaker and psychology expert, CEO and Founder of the Langley Group & Emotional Intelligence Worldwide, Sue Langley. This is the perfect event for organisations keen to further their workplace diversity journey and learn more about managing unconscious bias and the benefits that can be gained by taking a different approach.

So why not start your day the inspiring way and come and hear Sue’s tips around positive psychology and re-training the mind – so much food for thought! Places are limited so book now at or click here to find out more

The EEO Diversity Stocktake and Diagnostic


The EEO Trust can provide expert advice on diversity & inclusion to help your business to harness the potential in Diversity

We are pleased to offer solutions to what can often seem like a complex problem in terms of how best to manage diversity in your organisation. 

Get started, learn more >>  

Is your business future proofed?

By 2025, 1 in 3 workers will be over the age of 65. The face of the workforce is changing and businesses need to look to the future when considering their recruitment and retention strategies.
Many may not realise that here in New Zealand, we actually have one of the highest workforce participation rates for over 65’s in the world. As the workplace "greys", the needs and expectations of "wisdom workers" will change. 

Is your business prepared? Click here to check out this months EEO Update and find out how your business can thrive in the demographic shift and how you can use age diversity to your advantage. 


The future diversity landscape of New Zealand

Diversity in the workplace is becoming reality for New Zealand businesses, regardless of whether or not they are ready for it. Currently qualified women and aged workers are part of a under-utilized resource pool whose potential remains untapped. 

In an interview with HRM Online, our Chief Executive Bev Cassidy-MacKenzie discusses how businesses can gain the competitive advantage by adopting innovative diversity and inclusion policies.  

To get you there, start with our Diversity Stocktake >> 



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