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24 July 2013


Riliance recently launched its FREE survey tool in conjunction with the Law Society to enable practices to collate and report on their firm’s diversity profile; to date over 500 firms have registered covering over 25,000 employees.

The Riliance Diversity module provides the necessary functionality to enable practices to:

  • Give all members of staff the ability to submit their details in a completely confidential and anonymous manner
  • Manage and collate survey results
  • Produce an over-riding Diversity report on their firm and the Law Society’s Diversity and Inclusion Charter.
  • Produce a report that reflects the requirements and can be used as a basis for submission to the SRA
  • Store diversity statistics securely for future years.

To access the Riliance Diversity product practices simply need to 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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