Jaguar's Recruitment Vow; We'll Raise Awareness of Minority Groups

Daily Post (Liverpool, England), January 19, 2005 | Go to article overview

Jaguar's Recruitment Vow; We'll Raise Awareness of Minority Groups


Byline: STEPHEN MILTON

JAGUAR's manufacturing controller has pledged the car maker will focus on recruiting more people from minority groups in 2005.

The pledge comes as the Merseyside Employer Coalition says businesses should use Capital of Culture to widen their recruitment.

Alan Walker said: ``Jaguar Cars wants to create a fair and supportive business, that values the mix of people that work for us.

``This includes employees, dealers, suppliers and the communities in which we are based.

``We are working with partners like Job Centre Plus and the employers' forum on raising awareness of the disabled.

``When it comes to shaping company values and people's attitudes, our graduate programme recognises ability, not disability. ''

Mr Walker, who is also chair of the Merseyside Employer Commission, will tell business leaders about his company's plans when he introduces a dinner to promote diversity in the workplace.

The event, entitled Divercity, will be held at the Crowne Plaza next Thursday.

Ethnic minority and disability organisations in the Merseyside area are praising Jaguar's move.

Rosie Ndukwe, information officer for equality group Merseyside Expanding Horizons, sees the announcement as a step in the right direction.

She said: ``With the Capital of Culture on the horizon, it's fantastic to see big companies like Jaguar pledging to making to a commitment to the ethnic minority and disabled communities in Liverpool and making sure that everyone, no matter what, gets a fair chance in the employment market. …

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