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evaluate the effectiveness of systems and processes in promoting equality, diversity and inclusion in own area of responsibility
An equality, diversity and inclusion strategy sets out an approach for a n organisation, showing how these values support the organisation’s broader business goals. This is why it is crucial to align the strategy to the corporate plan. [ This approach should enable the strategy to deliver the organisation’s legal obligations and to gain competitive advantage from equality, diversity and
inclusion among its workforce, customers and suppliers ]
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