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Atos confirmed as early signatory of BITC Race at Work Charter

We are very proud to announce that Atos UK&I is to be a signatory to the Business In The Community (BITC) Race at Work Charter, a new initiative designed to improve outcomes for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) employees in the UK.

On 11 October the BITC in partnership with the Government launched the Race at Work Charter, to drive more employers to make equality in the workplace the responsibility of all leaders and managers and take action that supports career progression.

Kulveer Ranger, VP Strategy & Communications UK&I and Executive sponsor of the Atos Together Network, said: “We are proud to be an early signatory of the Race at Work Charter, a new initiative designed to tackle racial barriers in the workplace and which recognises our public commitment to improving outcomes for BAME employees in the UK.”

Find out more about our Together Network, where we celebrate the value of a multicultural workforce.

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