In this FREE webinar, Action Sustainability and its clients will present the findings from the largest ever survey on employee diversity in the transport sector, carried out for a group of clients composing HS2, National Highways, Network Rail and Transport for London.
Using Sustainability Tool data on over 250,000 employees collected from the client organisations and their suppliers across gender, age, religion & belief, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, voluntary leavers, part-time status, and attraction & recruitment.
This webinar will draw upon the key takeaways of the survey and explore how the data will be used to set aspirational targets at all levels for recruitment, retention, and progression of under-represented groups that reflect the demographic of the UK population.
The purpose of this free session will be to explore:
• Insights from the clients, with participation from National Highways and Transport for London.
• The mechanics of the survey and key challenges.
• An analysis of the diversity characteristics of the transport sector, benchmarked against the ONS general UK population.
• Areas for targeted improvement.
This session is suitable for all organisations interested in understanding how to measure and improve diversity within their organisation, supply chain and/or sector.
This session will be led by Charles Naud, Head of Product at the Sustainability Tool, he will be joined by Stuart Coates who is Assistant Responsible Procurement Manager at TfL and Belinda Blake, Equality Diversity and Inclusion Manager at National Highways.
Charles Naud heads up our reporting and performance management software, the Sustainability Tool. He is an experienced sustainability professional and has advised major infrastructure and construction clients on their measurement and sustainable supply chain management programmes.
He initially joined the team as a sustainability consultant in September 2018 to lead the School’s expansion in France, supporting the development of the School’s expertise in offsite construction.
Charles brings strong knowledge in the built environment, smart cities, carbon, innovation management and software solutions. He graduated with an MSc. in Environmental Technology from Imperial College London and has a professional diploma in building smart cities. He has worked as an innovation consultant for global clients, such as Engie, Ikea and Walmart, and is co-founder of a software start-up.
Stuart supports TfL on the delivery of the Mayor’s Responsible Procurement Policy. The Policy has five themes to ensure the delivery of social value in our supply chain, which include ‘Improving supply chain diversity’, and ‘Embedding fair and inclusive employment practices’. The diversity benchmarking exercise is vital for supporting this work and working towards a supply-chain workforce that reflects London’s diversity.
Belinda is the Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion Manager at National Highways with over 17 years in the field. She has vast experience in supporting, advising, and guiding a wide variety of organisations on EDI, including local government, education, health, criminal justice services and the highways infrastructure sector in becoming more inclusive and diverse.
Session time: 1 hour 15 minutes
This session is free to attend.