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Bias and the Brain

Sue LangleyThe EEO Trust hosted a successful presentation Thursday 11th December in collaboration with psychology expert, CEO and Founder of the Langley Group & Emotional Intelligence Worldwide on Operationalising Diversity and Inclusion in New Zealand. This was an invitation only event attended by a number of EEO Trust member organisations keen to further their workplace diversity journey and learn more about managing unconscious bias and the benefits that can be gained be taking a different perspective.

 We took out some great ideas and were inspired by Sue’s tips around positive psychology and re-training the mind – so much food for thought! If you would like to find out more about this presentation and how we can deliver a customised version for your organisation from the top to bottom, then get in touch with our Diversity Manager, Fezeela Raza on 09 5804445 or

Gone are the days of the Christmas Ham


Employers are changing the way they run Christmas parties to cater for more diverse workplaces, including an increase in migrant workers such as Muslims who don't eat ham or drink alcohol.

EEO Trust chief executive Bev Cassidy-Mackenzie said companies were thinking more about what was appropriate for everyone because some traditional practices were outdated.

Read the NZ Herald's full feature here >>

       Call for nominations to the EEO Trust Board            

We are currently seeking nominations for two Private Sector Member Trustees to the EEO Trust Board. Those nominated should be from private sector organisations who are current members of the Equal Employment Opportunities Trust. 

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Celebrating diversity in our own space


Here at the EEO Trust we like to lead by example when it comes to workplace diversity and inclusion and that includes employing people of varying backgrounds, ages and abilities – all of whom bring something special to the workplace mix.


One such person is our Office Administrator Richard Mortensen, who recently celebrated 17 years of service to the EEO Trust. Richard suffered a serious brain injury as a result of a climbing accident in his early twenties, and as a result some of his physical abilities are limited. However, Richard has and continues to be a valued part of the EEO Trust team, working two days a week to help deliver key projects and contributing to the success of the organisation. Watch this space for more team member profiles coming soon! 

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