Paddy Power and All-In Diversity Project work together to start an initiative that is believed to push the betting and gaming industry in the positive direction. Let’s have a look at the details!
According to the latest online gambling news, it’s not only Paddy Power and All-In Diversity Project that will unite, but many online gambling sites in Ireland as well as other countries are also joining the cause. This begs the question: what is the cause exactly?
All You Need to Know About All-in Diversity Project
The All-in Diversity Project was founded by Co-founders Kelly Kehn and Christina Thakor-Rankin. Basically, the main idea of the project is to measure diversity, equality and inclusion in the workplace throughout the betting industry on a world level. Subjects like internal policies, corporate governance, recruitment procedures, employment rules, equal pay, unconscious bias and marketing will be covered.
It will be a year-to-year update that comes in the form of a global index. With information taken from surveys and self-reports of each participating bookmakers, the global index can then be established and shared with each other. A project like this will encourage discussions, openness and transparency. As a result, the collective information and inside knowledge will help the community improve as a whole. Paddy Power and All-In Diversity Project believe that this initiative will certainly move the industry forward.
Starting from Paddy Power and All-In Diversity Project
In the name of founding member and participant, Paddy Power and All-In Diversity Project have already taken the first step towards positive change with Fair Game, a diversity and inclusion group. So far, the group has received optimistic feedbacks from the current employees of Paddy Power Sportsbook.
Chief People Officer of Paddy Power Betfair, Sally Cairns, said “We believe that teams with a range of rich and diverse perspectives increase their performance ability when it comes to problem solving, innovation and decision making which produce better products for customers.”