Aimee O'Leary
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Aimee O'Leary

This case study is part of a series of winning 2021 Inspiring Workplaces Awards submissions that we will be publishing in the run up to the 2022 Inspiring Workplaces Awards deadline.

Read on to find out why Dorchester Collection was named a gold winner for Inspiring Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

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A few years ago, the country of Brunei reintroduced the strictest form of sharia law, meaning the death penalty for people in the LGBTQ+ community and for other protected statuses. Now picture this, your employer’s ownership structure ties back to that country. How do you feel?

That’s what happened at Dorchester Collection.

Dorchester Collection knew that what was happening in Brunei was not a reflection of their values, but they had to prove it to their people by continuing to create a safe and respectful environment for their employees that felt vulnerable and a culture where everyone could belong.

Read on to find out how Dorchester Collection has evolved its commitment to Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging and made it the fabric of their culture. Learn how they have faced adversity and continued to evolve to ensure that the individualism of their people was celebrated.

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