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We pride our commitment to ensuring a Diverse and Inclusive culture.

We believe that diversity is crucial to creating a culture of mutual respect where the strengths and talents of each individual are recognised.

Allstate NI partnered with Women in Business NI in 2017 to launch the Diversity Charter Mark, a NI-wide initiative across all business sectors, addressing and supporting the diversity agenda. Allstate WITA (NI) have been a driving force behind the initiative. We are proud to say that Allstate Northern Ireland are the FIRST company in NI to be awarded Diversity Mark NI's Silver Charter Mark Status! This has been made possible by the brilliant work our employees and Employee Resource Groups do to make Allstate an inclusive and welcoming place to work. We are an equal opportunities employer and give people with criminal convictions a fair chance to work by removing the tick box about convictions from our application process.

Some of Allstate NI's diversity groups include:

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AllCare is a careers Network for any Allstate NI employee who is a carer; adult care, elder care, child care, and all special needs. This network lends peer to peer support, and equally involves external organisations offering Carer support and advice.

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Embrace is an employee led initiative to promote an inclusive work environment for Allstate employees who are LGBTQ+ or those who are allies, supporting this community.

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Ausome is a group that aims to encourage companywide awareness of Autism Spectrum Awareness (ASD) and help employees openly discuss key concerns and issues, seek support from fellow colleagues and be sign-posted to available resources.

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Employees with disabilities or health issues

Allstate provide ergonomic equipment for our employees. Our offices have standing desks and trained members of the HR team conduct ergonomic assessments on request for specialist equipment.

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Multigenerational workforce

Allstate NI are proud of our multigenerational workforce. We invest in everyone from our graduate hires to our employees planning for retirement. We appreciate that the diversity of our workforce drives innovation, builds a healthy talent pipeline and promotes the sharing of best practices and different perspectives. From our award-winning Graduate Programs to our Menopause Support Group and Age at Work Programme, we have something for everyone!

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Women in Technology at Allstate (WITA) is focused on women helping each other in the industry, sharing their own unique experiences, and offering peer to peer support and mentorship. WITA represent a group of women with career experience and a passion for technology, and are advocated by Allstate NI males interested in helping to advance women in the industry.

Allstate NI Diversity Charter Mark members.

The Diversity Charter Mark

This charter recognises that organisations cannot reach their full potential unless they benefit from the rich variety of talents and abilities of all their employees. A balanced workforce is good for business - it is good for customers, for profitability and workplace culture.

The Diversity Charter Mark framework recognises our ability to identify and reflect on institutional barriers facing minorities & underrepresented genders that impact on their career progression. In addressing these barriers, we progress the overall diversity agenda.

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Stonewall Workplace Equality

We believe in the power of a workplace that's truly inclusive. Workplaces where all LGBT employees are accepted without exception.

As a Diversity champion we believe in offering inclusive and inspiring environments for LGBT people, and to empower them as advocates and agents of change in wider society. We recognise the value of different perspectives and the benefits these bring to employees, service users and members of the community.

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Stonewall workplace equality meeting.