The Big Rail Diversity Challenge 2023 and Women in Rail

We’re getting involved in The Big Rail Diversity Challenge and Women in Rail this year on Wednesday 21st June!

Equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) are core values for us at 3Squared, and we know that they are essential building blocks for the future of the industry.

The Big Rail Diversity Challenge 2023 Logo
The Big Rail Diversity Challenge was created to highlight the benefits of gender-balance and diversity in the UK rail industry

As the Challenges’ motto reiterates, EDI is better for everyone across the board – our people, our businesses and the wider rail industry. With a range of voices represented in your organisation,  you  have access to a wider range of viewpoints, which helps to facilitate innovative, problem-solving ideas.

We have worked diligently to embed EDI into our processes, our company culture and decision-making here at 3Squared. From day-to-day software development, to the hiring process, we place a huge focus on creating an inclusive culture. Taking on board a myriad of experiences and perspectives is key in software development, and ultimately results in better solution development for everyone.

We strive to ‘Make.Change.Work’ in the industry, and this is not only in creating pioneering solutions, but also advocating for positive change.

We’re proud to support the Big Rail Diversity Challenge and Women in Rail, and help bring more awareness to this key subject. We can’t wait to get stuck into the challenge, and we call on others in our industry to champion EDI!

This article was originally published by 3Squared.

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