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EY Diversity and Inclusion Insight Event

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 At EY we believe that diversity and inclusion is about accepting differences, and creating an environment where all of our people bring their true selves to work and feel they are valued.

 Each of us is different, and at EY we respect that.  We think about differences broadly, and harness the power of unique ideas from diverse groups of people. We celebrate our workplace environments that enable our people to be who they are, and where they can contribute their personal best in every encounter.

 Come to our Diversity and Inclusion insight afternoon at an EY office near you, where you can find out more about the EY experience from our professionals, what diversity and inclusion means to us, the best way to spark innovation through our differences and how to excel in a high performing team. We will also share some useful hints and tips to help you succeed in our strength-based recruitment process.  

 This event is an inclusive event and open to all.

 To register and secure you place, click     

https://forms.akkroo.com/#/events/ey_team/174053?type=preregister&background=ffffff&font=808080&page=ffe600

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City Gate
St James' Boulevard
Newcastle Upon Tyne
NE1 4JD


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