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Exertis reinforces commitment to inclusivity

Technology distributor Exertis is reinforcing its commitment to inclusivity with the appointment of chairs for its newly formed Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) for Women, People from Ethnic Minorities and the LGBTQIA+ communities.

exertis Mani Bath

Gemma Walters, General Manager for Microsoft at Exertis, chairs the ERG division for women; Manpreet Bath, General Manager for Datacentre & Commercial at Exertis, is leading the ERG for people from ethnic minorities; and Holly Chatton, Head of Data Governance within Exertis, is leading the ERG for LGBTQIA+ colleagues.

exertis Holly Chatton

Exertis has created the ERGs to champion, mentor and coach individuals from all genders, ethnic backgrounds and sexualities and to drive policy changes within the company.

As well as providing a safe, supportive space for employees who share a common identity, the ERGs aim to educate the wider business about each community’s lived experiences and to increase representation of the communities at all levels of the business.

exertis Paul Bryan

Exertis UK Managing Director Paul Bryan said: “I am so pleased that we have these new ERG platforms starting within our business and I am very proud to see that our people are so engaged and enthusiastic with this approach. The more we learn, discuss and elevate these communities, the more we break down the taboos within society and create safe environments, allowing people to grow and achieve their aspirations.”

www.exertis.co.uk

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