Never has there been more of a focus on, and commitment to diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
The moral case for diversity is strong enough to stand on its own, but it is punctuated by the business case. Companies who make the commitment to build a diverse and inclusive workforce are more likely to have above-average profitability than those who don’t.
In this e-guide from Robert Walters, hiring managers will learn more about how to:
- Understand how their hiring practices may be biased
- Identify gender, ethnicity, LGBTQ+, disability and neurodiversity, and age bias
- Utilise technology to remove bias from the hiring process
- Tackle discrimination, enable equality, and foster belonging in the workplace
Complete the form to access the guide and get started on implementing an equality, diversity and inclusion (ED&I) strategy that will make a difference for your organisation.