“Employing a disabled person is not an act of charity, it is potentially a wise business decision” (Evenbreak 2014).
Time For Equality will take part in the first national Diversity Day, on 12 May 2015, in Luxembourg. The Diversity Day, organised
Time For Equality is celebrating its first year of activity by joining the Diversity Charter Lëtzebuerg. The official signing session will take place on 27 May, in the presence of minister Corinne Cahen.
2014 marks the first year that Time for Equality attends and takes part in the ‘‘Salon du Livre’’, between March
“Cultural diversity as a factor of success” Time for Equality is pleased to invite you: On Sunday 16th of March
Diversité culturelle: facteur de succès
Organisé par Time for Equality
What role can CEOs play in driving change on diversity? Winning hearts and minds – How CEOs talk about gender parity
“What would a city designed for the blind be like? Chris Downey is an architect who went suddenly blind in
Workforce diversity and inclusion is a concept that appears to have taken hold in companies worldwide. According to a survey