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nib recognised as an inclusive workplace

nib New Zealand has received Rainbow Tick accreditation which recognises the steps nib has taken to create a more inclusive and supportive workplace for LGBTTQIA+ employees and allies.

Thursday, November 25th 2021, 9:20AM

nib chief executive Rob Hennin says over the past two years nib has been continually improving its internal policies and procedures to meet Rainbow Tick standards.

“To receive a Rainbow Tick accreditation is no small task, we listened to our employees made meaningful and continual changes to our workplace policies and practices to amplify the voices and experiences of our LGBTTQIA+ employees,” Hennin says.

The company held LGBTTQIA+ education sessions with its leaders and employees, updated internal policies, recruitment practices, and its external website to reflect rainbow-inclusive language.

nib also provided easy access to resources and support via its "Pride at nib" employee-led group and held various events for our people to attend, including its Wear It Purple Day virtual brunch.

Rainbow Tick programme manager José Taiapa, said that to be eligible to receive the Rainbow Tick, nib had to satisfy the five Rainbow standards - policies, employee training, employee engagement and support, external engagement and monitoring.

In addition to the Rainbow Tick, nib recently received the Accessibility Tick in recognition of the steps nib is taking to overcome barriers to access for employees, members and travellers so they can thrive irrespective of any difference in ability.

 

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