D&I is a hot topic within the in-house recruitment sphere and remains something that is complex to approach. Whether this relates to budgeting, resources, or even measuring the success of your existing initiatives. At this intimate speaker and networking breakfast event in partnership with AssessFirst, we discussed some of the main challenges and solutions relating to diversity and inclusion.
At this dynamic breakfast event, we covered some of the most pressing topics within D&I. One of the main challenges faced by in-house recruiters is knowing precisely how to improve D&I within your teams. Our industry expert speakers shared some insights on how to approach this, such as through using AssessFirst’s predictive model to assess a candidate’s potential impact rather than just their personality or experience as a whole. We also looked at how to improve employer branding in the context of building a more inclusive atmosphere, and generally how to diversify your talent pool to drive productivity.
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- How the perceived shortage on talent is causing recruiters to turn towards more atypical profiles
- Results from a recent survey by AssessFirst
- How many criteria including age, gender, race etc, all still have an impact on recruiter behaviours
- The tools for beginning to recruit in a more inclusive way
- The psychology behind your hiring
- …and much more!
Head of Talent Acquisition EMEA
International Account Manager
In-house recruitment/HR professionals from a variety of companies including BBC, BNP Paribas, British Business Bank, BT, Central YMCA, Chelsea FC, Close Brothers Group, CMA, Competition and Markets Authority, Cult LDN, Defra, Elements Talent Consultancy, ETM Group, Founders Factory, Global Media, GPhC, Infinity Works, John Laing, Kensington Mortgages, LIVI, LTHT, Matr.org, OneWeb, Oodle Car Finance, Orbis consultants, Pension Protection Fund, Richmond Fellowship, Schneider Electric, smartTrade Technologies, Sony Music, Sopra Steria, Spotahome, Spotify, SWIFT, The Economist Group, The PHA Group, TIBCO Software, Transport for London, Zinc Network… to name but a few!