The Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC) has risen eight places in this year’s Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers List, which ranks the UK’s best employers when it comes to equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI).
Despite being relatively new, the CNC EDI team’s hard work was recognised by Inclusive Companies, finishing in 51st place this year.
“Our unwavering commitment to EDI and the progress we have made in a relatively short period of time was evident to the judges, and I am proud and thankful to all colleagues who worked hard to bring our submission together. This recognition proves we are heading in the right direction as an organisation when it comes to EDI.”Samuel Gower, Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) at the CNC
No room for complacency
Gower added that the improvement should not lead to complacency and that breaking into the top 50 will be a focus for the team in 2024.
“With the continued support of the central EDI team, our senior leaders, affinity networks, sponsors, allies and wider colleague network, I am confident it’s wholly achievable”, he added.
The Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers list shines a light on best practice across all strands of diversity – age, disability, gender, LGBT, race, faith and religion.
Dani Whiting, CNC’s Senior Talent Acquisition Manager, added, “The Talent Acquisition and wider HR team are extremely proud of the ongoing collaboration with the EDI team in relation to this initiative which supports the work currently being driven in relation to our CNC employer brand and overarching resourcing strategy.
“Being surrounded by some incredible organisations in the Inclusive Companies list is a badge of honour for the CNC. We are committed to improving our EDI offering to all employees and being the best organisation we can be for our people.”
The CNC is the armed police force in charge of protecting civil nuclear sites and nuclear materials in England and Scotland.