The Malta Gaming Authority has been awarded the re-certification of the National Commission for the Promotion of Equality (NCPE) Equality Mark.
This re-certification is a result of a rigorous process aimed at ensuring the MGA’s commitment to implementing relevant policies and practices that concern gender equality and family-friendly measures.
Etienne Gatt, Head of HR, PR and Communications said: “This certification is a true attestation of the MGA’s continued focus to provide an environment that promotes gender equality and family-friendly measures to its employees.
“We recognise that we are living in an era where employees strongly value employers that truly put equality, well-being and flexibility at the core of their operations. We strongly believe that this is a successful model towards ensuring the MGA retains its excellence as a Gaming regulator worldwide.”
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