Inclusive recruitment: What you need to do
Date & Time

23 September 2020
09:30 - 10:30 BST

Price
Free
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Inclusive recruitment: What you need to do

Webinar
Date & Time

23 September 2020
09:30 - 10:30 BST

Price
Free

Availability Places available

Learn how to ensure your recruitment process is unbiased, inclusive, and genuinely attracts the best possible candidates

Companies with diverse workforces typically outperform their competitors and report having happier employees. However, building a diverse team doesn’t happen overnight. You need to put the right processes and systems in place to create an inclusive recruitment team. 

An inclusive recruitment process creates a level playing field for a wider talent pool and removes any barriers that can be overlooked within a standard recruitment process. Successful organisations tap the talents of a diverse employee base, ensuring a spectrum of valued opinions and ideas on products and services.

The presenters will share their top tips for ensuring that your recruitment process is inclusive from the way the job description and adverts are written, to agreeing the interview questions and the composition of the interview panel.

Learning outcomes

  • Find out what legal obligations employers have in the recruitment process

  • Learn about the journey from candidate attraction strategy, to making an inclusive offer and the onboarding of diverse talent

  • Create a process that demonstrates the value of diversity to the organisation

Our Speakers

  • Matthew Devine, Divisional Director, Cordant Engineering Recruitment

  • Mara-Tafadzwa Makoni,  Consultant, WSP; External Relations Lead, Communications and PR Subgroup, AFBE-UK 

Intended for

Members and non-members of The Institution of Structural Engineers, including but not limited to: Directors, Managers, Heads of Departments/ Teams, Line Managers, HR Business Partners, In-house Recruiters, External Recruitment Teams, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Specialists.

Contact

Email - [email protected]

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