We have ranked 24th in Most Inclusive Workspaces
We have achieved position 24 in the National Centre for Diversity’s ‘Top 100 Most Inclusive Workspaces 2023’ list.
The National Centre for Diversity were founded in 2005 and work with organisations of all types, to help embed good practices around fairness, respect, equality, diversity, inclusion and engagement (FREDIE).
The Top 100 list is a platform to highlight and celebrate the remarkable achievements of those who have committed themselves to building inclusive cultures.
Our results were based on our Leaders in Diversity accreditation score, benchmarked against over 300 multi-sector organisations that took part.
Karen Cowan, Head of Corporate and Governance here at Ongo, and equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) lead said: “I am beyond proud of Ongo being positioned as number 24. It’s down to the hard work of colleagues, customers
and everyone in our communities that work tirelessly to create an inclusive place to work, live and thrive.
“EDI is something we strive to deliver in everything we do, which is why we’re constantly looking at ways we can be better, having conversations and opening our doors to involve as many people as possible.
“To be ranked across different sectors and still be awarded such a high position is significant and we’re all over the moon. It means so much to us and I can’t thank everyone enough making it happen.”
Solat Chaudhry, Chief Executive at the National Centre for Diversity said: “I send my warmest congratulations to Ongo on successfully reaching number 24in the Top 100 Most Inclusive Workplaces Index 2023.
“It’s been a challenging year and yet, it has not dented the excellent work that organisations and individuals do in promoting FREDIE best practice.
“I am particularly proud that we celebrate excellent work across all sectors as these organisations are the future of the workplace in the UK.
“We celebrate the exceptional work of people and organisations who have EDI running through their DNA. Let’s rejoice at this and build a better society.”