The RHA has been recognised by Women in Transport for its gender equity in the workplace.

Women in Transport’s equity index report looked at factors such as pay equality, career development and representative leadership.

The index showed that despite efforts by organisations such as the RHA, more could be done in the transport sector overall to improve gender equality.

The RHA was presented with a certificate by Women in Transport alongside other industry leaders in equity.

RHA HR director Laura Taylor (pictured receiving the certificate) said, “We are thrilled to announce our recognition in the Women in Transport’s equity index report, marking a significant step in the right direction towards achieving gender equity within the RHA.

“While we acknowledge the journey ahead in embracing equity, diversity and inclusion in our industry is a long one, we are fortunate to collaborate with organisations like Women in Transport, and inspirational figures such as Jo Major to help us on our journey.

She added: “The foundation of progress lies in robust, actionable data, and for this, we thank Women in Transport and Sue Terpilowski for their hard work on the equity index report.”

“We strongly encourage all our members to explore this report and participate in the index for 2024, as we collectively drive towards a more equitable future.”

Laura Taylor receiving the Women in Transport certificate

Laura Taylor receiving the Women in Transport certificate

Source: RHA