Riliance sponsors Excellence Award

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9 October 2013


Riliance is pleased to announce that it is sponsoring The Law Society Excellence in Diversity & Inclusion Award and will be presenting the winner with their accolade at a glittering awards ceremony being held in London on 22 October 2013.

The Excellence Awards is the most prestigious event in the legal calendar, offering a chance to network with law’s brightest stars and celebrate a year of outstanding achievements.

Riliance was invited to sponsor the award following the release of its free to use online Diversity Survey module, which allows firms to survey their employees and report data back to the Solicitors Regulation Authority as part of the annual required diversity survey of the legal profession.

Riliance now has over 1,200 firms using the survey system, ranging from the very smallest to global and top 20 firms, giving over 68,000 employees the ability to complete the survey; many of these firms are also members of the Law Society’s Diversity and Inclusion Charter and the survey system allows them to report data as part of the Charter requirements.

The Diversity Survey module now forms part of the range of compliance software solutions offered by Riliance and more products are due to be released in 2014. Version 2 of the core  Riliance risk and compliance system is due to be released in November 2013 and will offer users enhanced task management and reporting tools as well as a fresher looking interface.

Mark Gidge, CEO at Riliance said: “We are delighted to be able to support this award and it is testament to the hard work and commitment of the legal profession as a whole to commit to diversity and inclusion within the workforce, by providing the legal community with a free  survey tool we have made it easier for firms to collect, collate and report this data to the SRA  and we have removed issues surrounding privacy by ensuring that the responses are anonymous and only the aggregated data is visible”

To access the Riliance Diversity product simply register at

www.legaldiversity.co.uk or contact us on 01829 731200 for further details.

For more information about Riliance visit www.riliance.co.uk



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