XPS joins the Valuable 500 to promote disability inclusion
XPS Pensions Group (XPS) has become a signatory to the Valuable 500, a global movement putting disability inclusion on the business leadership agenda, reaffirming their commitment to having a diverse and inclusive workplace where everyone can succeed.
XPS work with a number of external organisations and groups across the diversity agenda and firmly believe that these relationships play an important role in their continuing journey. Joining the Valuable 500 is a demonstration of the commitment within XPS to provide equal opportunities for disabled employees.
Paul Cuff, Co-CEO at XPS Pensions Group said: “I am pleased to announce that XPS has become a signatory to the Valuable 500. Today, on International Day of People with Disabilities, marks an opportunity for businesses to think about their culture and the opportunities they offer to colleagues with disabilities. We, at XPS, are committed to creating a workplace where everyone can thrive and progress, and where diversity and disability inclusion is an integral part of our agenda. Disability can be a sensory, mental or physical impairment that can impact one’s ability to undertake normal daily activities however, it should not exclude them from the opportunity to succeed at work.”
Caroline Casey, Founder of The Valuable 500, said: “We are delighted to welcome XPS Pensions Group as members of the Valuable 500. Their understanding and commitment is important to the movement of disability inclusion in the financial services sector. Our global movement is putting disability on the business leadership agenda. Through joining our inclusion revolution, businesses have the opportunity to improve growth, drive innovation and improve brand reputation. We provide businesses with access to all the tools they could possibly need to support them in their disability inclusion journey and celebrate those that are leading the way. We believe everyone has a unique perspective and when disabled people are included, we all win.”