Nominations for the National Centre for Diversity’s Grand Awards 2020 are now open.
Now in their fifth year, these prestigious annual awards are a spectacular celebration of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion and all those who work to promote it.
The NCFD is excited to introduce a new category for the 2020 Grand Awards: HR Director/ Manager of the Year. This will celebrate the vital work of HR departments in advancing workplace equality, diversity and inclusion.
Other award categories include:
• Managing Director/ Chief Executive of the Year
• Resources/ Procurement Manager of the Year
• Principal of the Year
• Employee of the Year
• EDI Lead of the Year
• Most Inspiring Individual of the Year
• Most Improved Organisation of the Year
• Most Innovative EDI Initiative of the Year
• Diversity Steering Group of the Year
• Board/ Senior Leadership Team of the Year
To help more organisations be recognised for the fantastic work they do, nominations are open to everyone and can be submitted on the NCFD website until October 13th 2019.
The Grand Awards will include the much-anticipated announcement of the NCFD ‘Top 100’ 2020 – the annual report which ranks the top hundred UK organisations for excellence in promoting EDI.
The Top 100 is determined by the diagnostic results of those who have embarked on an accreditation journey with the National Centre for Diversity.
Solat Chaudhry, Chief Executive of the National Centre for Diversity, said: “The Grand Awards is the most awaited day of the year in the EDI calendar. Celebrating the people who work tirelessly every day to ensure there is equality of opportunity for all is something we should all honour and these awards do just that.
They go to the very heart of recognising how an organisation’s culture contributes to the wonderful work of promoting what we, at NCFD, affectionately call FREDIE (Fairness, Respect, Equality, Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement).
“We have also made it easier to submit a nomination – our website gives out Top Tips on what to include in your submission.”
I encourage everyone to nominate their equality heroes, and make sure their effort and energy can be recognised on a national level.”