The Bank of Ireland Group is a diversified Financial Services Group. Bank of Ireland, now a subsidiary of Bank of Ireland Group plc, was established in 1783. A traditional, relationship-driven retail and commercial bank with a conservative business philosophy, we have a clear and compelling strategy to:

  • Transform the Bank – improving our culture, systems and business model
  • Serve Customers Brilliantly – by being the #1 for service
  • Grow Sustainable Profits – through growing our revenue and optimising our cost base

Our Purpose is to enable our customers, colleagues and communities to thrive. Inclusion and Diversity is at the heart of this purpose.


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Nestlé in Ireland 

Nestlé Ireland is a subsidiary of Nestlé SA, the world’s leading nutrition, health and wellness company. It has over 70 brands across seven categories; beverage, confectionery, cereals, food, pet care, dairy and infant nutrition.

Employing over 800 people in Ireland, a fundamental part of Nestlé Ireland’s values and culture is supporting its diverse and inclusive workforce. This commitment permeates all areas of the organisation from providing equal opportunities from the point of recruitment through employee supports to enable people perform to the best of their abilities.

Nestlé Ireland aim embed diversity and inclusion:

  • By building an inclusive culture that values the different talents and experiences of all  employees
  • Innovating to serve the needs of diverse consumers and customers
  • Engaging with our communities and society

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The Public Appointments Service, through its website, is the centralised provider of recruitment, assessment, and selection services across the Civil and Public Service. This includes Government Departments, agencies such as the Health Service Executive and An Garda Síochána, as well as Local Authorities.

The organisation provides an open and transparent recruitment process to identify top-quality candidates for public sector roles and appointments with a strong reputation for independent and merit-based selection.

Attracting and retaining a diverse and engaged workforce for the Civil and Public Service is of great importance to the organisation. There is a commitment to ensuring that the public sector in Ireland reflects the diversity of the society that it serves.

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Why Support NDIC 2021?

Many organisations are at different stages of the diversity and inclusion journey. Whether you are beginning to lay the foundation or trying to embed your current practices more cohesively, acknowledging commitment and intent in relation to D&I is crucial. Our aim is to partner with organisations at all stages of their D&I journey as that in turn provides others with important learnings to support their own endeavours.

From a brand perspective but partnering with this conference will set you apart as an organisation that is committed to supporting the D&I agenda both for your own internal and external stakeholders as well as nationally across industry.

  • Demonstrate your organisation’s commitment to D&I
  • Get involved in a meaningful partnership with D&I leaders in Ireland
  • Grow your organisation’s D&I knowledge through expert collaboration
  • Raise brand awareness and showcase your intent to continue to foster and enhance D&I
  • Enhance your visibility and image to your target audience
  • Network virtually “face to face” with key contacts
  • Meet with existing and new potential clients
  • Create new leads and connections on the virtual platform

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