HRM Awards 2018: Best Diversity & Inclusion Strategies

Singtel beat out 11 other finalists to win the Best Diversity & Inclusion Strategies at HRM Awards 2018.

Singtel kicked off a triumphant run at the HRM Awards 2018 by snagging the first award of the night, for Best Diversity & Inclusion Strategies.

This award celebrates the important innovation cultures that go hand-in-hand with inclusive workplaces, and featured a packed shortlist of 12 nominees.

Among other exhaustive criteria, the finalists were expected to demonstrate policies and practices that are fair and non-discriminatory, as well as make pro-active efforts to recruit a diverse workforce.

 “In Singtel, when it comes to diversity and inclusion, it’s something we practice every day. Because of this practice, each and every one of us can impact the business,” said Aileen Tan, Group Chief HR Officer at Singtel, as the winning team took the stage to accept their award.


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