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Seminar Promoting Equality & Diversity in Organisations: Importance & best practices

When May 30, 2013
from 09:15 AM to 06:00 PM
Where Richard Eden Suite, Clare Hall, Cambridge
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Attendees Aimed at current and future managers and those involved with Gender Equality Schemes
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PROMOTING GENDER EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY IN ORGANIZATIONS: Importance and best practices


Thursday, 30th May 2013, Richard Eden Suite (West Court), Clare Hall, Cambridge

EVENT DETAILS:
Aimed at current and future managers and those involved with Gender Equality Schemes
Venue: Richard Eden Suite (West Court) Clare Hall, Herschel Rood, Cambridge CB3 9AL
Registration: FREE but limited to 60 participants. To book a place, email Covadonga Aldamiz-echevarria at ca419@cam.ac.uk giving your contact details and briefly explaining your interest in the seminar.

Lunch, coffee and drinks will be provided free of charge for those registered and attending the whole seminar.

Conference Summary:
Experts on issues such as: corporate governance and gender equality, recruitment, women and senior management roles, equal pay and the work life balance will come together to discuss the importance of gender equality and diversity in organizations, giving examples of good practices.

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