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Promoting diversity & inclusion
to transform the construction industry
This award recognises the initiatives, efforts and activities taken up by a company that has raised the bar and has set an example by cultivating an inclusive and diverse atmosphere in the workplace.
- Companies in the construction sector based in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia region with active operations for at least three years in that region
- Nominations can be submitted by companies affiliated with the construction industry, such as architecture firms, contractors, consulting firms, engineering firms, real estate developers, etc.
WHO CAN SUBMIT NOMINATIONS?
- Nominations can be made by the company directly, only once
- Joint ventures, subsidiaries, merged and/or acquired companies with separate brand presence and diversity initiatives may submit separate nominations
- Stakeholders/individuals can nominate more than one company
- Past winners and finalists, and ambassadors are welcome to apply
- Please do not submit your nominations for the same company more than once, if multiple entries are received, only the most recent entry will be considered - older entries will be deleted
A SUCCESSFUL ENTRY MUST INCLUDE
- A comprehensive and fully completed entry form
- A clear mention and description of the key initiatives taken by the company to promote inclusion & diversity within the organisation
- A clear mention and description of the impact/results the aforementioned initiatives have created
- The percentage of female employees in the company:
- as a ratio to men
- in leadership/senior positions
- Recommendation letters (minimum 2) from business stakeholders, and/or clients supporting the company’s case on inclusion & diversity initiatives, not older than 1 April 2019
- Evidence of industry awards/recognition received, not older than 1 April 2019, if any
ENTRIES WILL BE EVALUATED BY THE JURY ON
- Quality and originality of the submission
- Initiatives taken by the business will be evaluated based on the impact and quality generated rather than quantity, and they may include:
- Efforts to bridge the gender and pay gap
- Flexibility programmes offered to working women and mothers
- Initiatives taken to get more female employees on the field
- Progress made within the business after starting the initiatives
13 SEPTEMBER 2021
DUBAI WORLD TRADE CENTRE
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