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Our Mission
Equal Approach is proud to do things differently and will make diversity and inclusion a commercially successful reality for our candidates and clients.

Difference is the Key to Business Success

Equal Approach is a leading inclusive recruiter and diversity consultancy in the UK.

Equal Approach has helped many organisations to increase their profitability, improve success in bidding and tendering, gain competitive advantage and embrace the value of diversity.

Our ground-breaking approach enables our clients to maximise the benefits from the recruitment, promotion and retention of diverse talent. The extensive consultancy services we offer are moulded to our clients' individual needs and link with every aspect of the employee life cycle.

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Our Diversity and Inclusion Solutions Range

Diversity And Inclusion Solutions Range

Inclusive Recruitment Divisions

We provide inclusive recruitment solutions across the private and public sector. We work within a range of industries which has led to us to develop three specialist recruitment divisions.

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Awards and Accreditations

Over the years we have become widely recognised within the diversity arena, and hold a number of accreditations. We were finalists for the RIDI Awards, Disability Confident award and we were Highly Commended  for the Inclusive Recruitment Award at the 2014 enei Awards. 

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Latest News

 Three is the Magic Number for Equal Approach  

- We're Shortlisted for 3 Awards

Equal Approach has recently been shortlisted for three more awards: The IRP Award for Best Corporate Social Responsibility Practitioners, and two Business Disability Forum's Disability Smart Awards.   Continue reading


Blog: The Apprentice - Diversity & Inclusion in the Boardroom

In this blog Ruth Cooper-Dickson looks at diversity and inclusion in The Apprentice, examining this year's candidates and looking back at previous series, before giving her 'verdict', on whether the show should be 'HIRED' or 'FIRED' for its approach to diversity.  Continue reading