NAWO Lever 6 for Gender Balance: Embracing a diverse talent pool through hiring
Friday 24 July 2020 12 PM – 2 PM (AEST)
Stimulate your thinking around what’s next for your organisation in its approach to recruitment and selection by joining our next Knowledge Share Forum.
Questions we ask participants to think about and discuss are:
What are you doing to develop a strong employer brand that speaks to a broader pool of talent?
How are you harnessing the power of story-telling in your marketing?
What approach are you taking to make the candidate experience a positive one – regardless of whether or not they get the job?
How do you balance the skills vs attitude equation and what could you be doing in conjunction with fellow hiring managers to hire for capability rather than for experience?
Kate Bushell, Global Client Engagement Director from our Partner WORK180 will open the discussion sharing examples of new approaches to accessing a broader pool of talent.
Join us and extend your thinking to the next level.
Who should attend this Forum?
People in positions of influence over process, practice or policy for your organisation such as operational team leaders, middle managers, HR business partners, diversity specialists, or members of a relevant special project team.
Places are limited
These Forums are small, targeted and for those ready to share examples of good practice, keen to learn from others and prepared to turn conversation into action. Two representatives from 10 member companies can attend and registrations are taken on a first come first served basis. Your nominated attendees will need to be prepared to contribute, either with case studies showcasing the work your organisation has been doing OR with well thought through questions and challenges that you are finding it difficult to overcome.
WORK180 is an international jobs network that connects smart businesses with the very best female talent. We pre-screen every employer on our jobs board to see where they stand on pay equity, flexible working, paid parental leave, equal opportunities and a range of other criteria. We also take into account diversity initiatives focusing on age, ability, ethnicity and sexual orientation.
The information we uncover is made public on our website, so that everyone knows what to expect from each employer before applying for a job. We continually review and evolve our pre-screening criteria to ensure workplaces are fair and equal for everyone.