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Alpine launches Rac(H)er equal opportunities initiative

Alpine has launched an initiative aimed at increasing the diversity of talent within its organisation. The Rac(H)er programme is designed to reinforce meritocracy across genders in all areas of the company, from technical functions to racing and competition. By doing so, Alpine will fully leverage the complete and complementary skills of the available workforce. The programme breaks down into several sections as follows: • A programme to raise awareness of inclusion issues internally throughout the entire Alpine Business Unit. We aim to create equal opportunities for all genders. • A motor racing section underpinned by research carried out by the Paris Brain Institute to...
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