Tags: inclusion and diversity
Inspiring the next generation of cyber talent
In conjunction with Uptree we welcomed 33 students aged between 16-19 to our Manchester, UK headquarters to learn more about a career in cyber.
NCC Conversations: Understanding ADD and ADHD
As part of our ongoing NCC Conversations series, we explore the topic of neurodiversity – from coping strategies for different conditions to understanding ADHD in the workplace.
NCC Conversations: How can we reduce bias in artificial intelligence?
As part of our NCC Conversations series, we’ve been exploring the issue of systemic racism and how it impacts our industry, wider society, and the artificial intelligence technology that we use every day.
NCC Conversations: What does Pride mean to you?
Throughout June, we’ve been discussing and exploring LGBTQIA+ Pride, as part of our NCC Conversations series and our ongoing commitment to inclusion and diversity.
Why we're changing our logos for Pride month
At NCC Group we are committed to creating an environment where all colleagues feel psychologically, emotionally, and physically safe to be their authentic selves. That means working to make our workplace more inclusive for our LGBTQIA+ colleagues.
NCC Conversations: Parenthood and the journey there
As part of our NCC Conversations focus this month, we turn our attention to parenthood and the journey there, exploring what this means to individuals across NCC Group.
NCC Conversations: LGBTQIA+ definitions around the world
As part of our NCC Conversations focus on LGBTQIA+ and inclusion, we’re exploring and challenging the common “too many letters” narrative by discussing the rationale behind some common and not so common acronyms and labels.
NCC Conversations: Transgender Day of Remembrance
Transgender Day of Remembrance is an annual observance that honours the memory of the transgender people whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence. Here, Liz James, Chair of our LGBTQIA+ steering committee pays respects to trans people around the world who are no longer with us.
NCC Conversations: Menopause – A personal journey that we need to talk about
As part of this month’s NCC Conversations focus on Gender, but more specifically mental and physical health at work, we’ll be exploring the menopause. In this blog, our colleague Yvonne Harley chats with Sara Farrington as they share their thoughts on why we need to talk about this at work.
NCC Conversations: Race and Ethnicity
This October, as part of NCC Conversations we’ve focused on Race and Ethnicity, with a range of content and discussions exploring key topics to understand why they’re important, what research and evidence is available and why it matters to us here at NCC Group.
Treat others how you want to be treated
Crystal Robinson is a bid coordinator based in our Manchester office. Crystal wrote this blog not long after the murder of George Floyd and is the inspiration behind our NCC Conversations series, which aims to help colleagues talk about our wider inclusion and diversity programme. This blog explains what being Black means personally to Crystal.
NCC Conversations: Watching standard definition in a world of fully immersive HD
As part of our NCC Conversations series last month with a focus on Neurodiversity, Sherief Hammad, writes about the struggles and coping mechanisms of those without dyslexia in this fabulously witty blog.
NCC Conversations: My life with Dyslexia
“Typically, I will forget most of the day once it’s over, apart from the more interesting bits." As part of our NCC Conversations series last month with a focus on Neurodiversity, Robin Southern, Security Consultant at NCC Group, has written a fantastic blog, going into detail on how dyslexia and short term memory loss impacted his childhood and helped him on his journey to where he is now.
Introducing NCC Conversations: A safe space to talk
As part of our Inclusion and Diversity programme here at NCC Group, we introduced our NCC Conversations series to help us to drive dialogue around a number of important topics that our colleagues care about. In September, we turned the spotlight to dyslexia as part of our focus on neurodiversity. You can find out more here.