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Awards Dinner October 2013
For the past seven years the RfO Awards have celebrated outstanding practice in race/ethnicity, equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace. In 2013 the award ceremony took place on the 8th October 2013 at the Hilton London in Park Lane and was hosted by Songs of Praise presenter Diane-Louise Jordan.
Comments and Winners 2013
It was a fabulous night, which included a musical treat from Inner Voices, a youth chamber choir based in London. Many leading organisations were nominated and received awards acorss several categories (see below for the full list).
You can watch a few highlights here:
Winner = Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC)
Highly Commended = Microsoft
Collaboration & Partnership Value Chain Award
Winner = Transport for London
Highly Commended = Royal Airforce
Developing Talent Award
Winner = Crown Prosecution Service
Employee Network Award
Winner = EDF Energy
Future Workforce Award – Private Sector
Winner = Rare
Highly Commended = BSkyB
Future Workforce Award – Public Sector
Winner = Homes for Haringey
Recruiting Diverse Talent Award
Winner = Teach First
Highly Commended = Barclays
Transparency Monitoring & Action Award
Winner = Home Office
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