So far 2020 has been a year of uncertainty, change and turmoil for everybody. Our businesses have had to learn to adapt quickly. We have all had to embrace new ways of working, engaging with customers and colleagues and responding very quickly to regulatory change.
It is more important than ever to make sure that your team is up to date and equipped with knowledge and skills that will enable your business to continue to thrive in these times and beyond.
As time goes on it’s more and more apparent that the stake is in the ground when it comes to equality, inclusion and diversity in the work place; around the world, in every industry and glaringly in gaming, particularly with new laws in fruitful jurisdictions. The topic goes far beyond wrong and right and even beyond gender. If you’ve broached this subject with even just a couple people, you’ll likely have noticed a sense of the polarization. While I think it’s fascinating, I’d like to purpose a different perspective.
We’re excited to announce a new half day integration workshop to be run by Emily Leeb, an inspirational business coach, based in Canada, with a background in the gambling industry.
The half day workshop will run on the 23rd May following our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the Gambling Industry conference.
We look forward to an interactive morning looking at practical ways to implement the key takeaways from the conference the day before.
At KnowNow HQ we’re counting the days now until our next event. So with the clock ticking we hand over to our MD Paula…
Throughout my career I’ve always had roles that are firmly on the commercial side of the fence. I’ve done my fair share of selling, marketing and product development over the last 20 years or so. One thing I’ve learned in that time is that ethical business pays off in so many ways.
As we start the final countdown to our next event; Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the Gambling Industry, we hand over to Lee Willows. Founder and Chief Executive, YGAM.
YGAM are delighted to be one of the charity partners for the upcoming KnowNow conference; Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the Gambling Industry. Our Chair, Rachel Jones will be speaking on Equal education – helping all students understand career options in gambling.
We are delighted to have Johan Törnqvist, CEO, Play’n Go in our line-up of speakers for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the Gambling Industry.
Johan will round up the packed days agenda with:
The changing face of the customer and developing products for a diverse audience.
Why is it important to have a culture of diversity and inclusion in our organisations at all levels?
Attracting and retaining talent?
Improving investor and customer relations?
Making better business decisions?
Targeting more diverse customers?
At our next event Joe Ewens, Managing Editor of GamblingCompliance will be moderating an all-star panel to discuss the many benefits of diversity and why the gambling industry should, and could be driving this agenda.
With the gender pay gap reporting deadline around the corner we hand over to KnowNow Founder and MD, Paula Pusey…
It’s a couple of busy old four day weeks this week and next with the Easter break ahead of us. The other crucial looming deadline is next Wednesday when all UK companies with 250 plus employees must have published their gender pay gap information.
Join us in London on May 22nd for the latest gambling industry conference from KnowNow Limited; Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the Gambling Industry.
You’ll hear from industry leaders about the importance and the business benefits of developing and implementing a culture of diversity and inclusion in your organisation.
Take part in a diversity survey with our conference partner, the All-in Diversity Project.
The All-in Diversity Project collect data through employee surveys and the All-Index – a standard index set to be the definitive bench-marking tool for the gambling industry to help measure progress towards inclusion in the workplace.
Register today for a FREE webinar to get all the information you need to participate in the All-Index.