The Equal Group’s (TEG) mission is to unleash the full potential of organisations by identifying and eliminating bias from the workplace, using data and technology. TEG was established to give organisations the tools and support needed to reap the advantages of embracing equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI). We are committed to enabling a business world without bias.
Our passion comes from a deep-seated belief that EDI benefits not only individuals, but organisations, sectors and society as a whole. We are a Black-led and founded organisation, with 20 members of staff across a flat structure. We pride ourselves on having a diverse and intersectional team across various demographics, as well as industry. his is why we believe we are able to provide representative and inclusive services to organisations who are embarking on an EDI journey.
TEG is devoted to making a positive difference in the engineering, manufacturing, and construction industry. This is exemplified in the ‘Inclusion Commitment Measurement Framework’, an award-winning sector wide initiative between Energy & Utility Skills and TEG, which has significantly contributed to shifting the dial of EDI in the engineering sector.
Furthermore, TEG are devoted to positively impacting the representation across the Construction and Engineering industry. Therefore, collaborating with the Mayor of London and the Greater London Authority (GLA)to implement the GLA Workforce Integration Network (WIN) Design labs, helping28 companies across these sectors to tackle the underrepresentation of 16-24year old black men in London, – the demographic group with the highest unemployment rate in London.
TEG are committed to making the annual Enginuity Skills Awards more diverse and inclusive of all backgrounds who are committed to the value of skills and training across engineering and manufacturing.
Our vision for this collaboration is to positively impact engineering and manufacturing. We recognise the importance of ensuring diverse representation across the sector, and together we are dedicated to embracing inclusive actions and behaviours. In collaboration we are working to simultaneously review the existing Enginuity Skills Award process, mitigate against bias, and upskill judges on understanding the impact of EDI on the Skills Award and the industry as a whole.