Webinar March 9th - Bringing a Diversity Focus to 2022 Recruitment Campaigns

Diversity Webinar

Overview

​The current economic and social climate has created an unprecedented moment for leaders to move their organisation forward in bold new ways. Employers in the Ireland have ambitious plans to increase their headcount at a record rate as they enter into Q2, however Ireland is also suffering from a serious skills shortage as employers look to fill roles from a shrinking candidate pool. 77% of employers cannot find the skills they need which is a 15-year-high figure, and has doubled in 2 years.

It’s important that organisations are inclusive to all talent pools, including neurodiversity talent, at all times and especially in a competitive climate. Can businesses benefit from highly skilled individuals with the abilities to drive positive change within their organisations? Of course they can. Our panel of experts discuss the importance of attracting a diverse pool in order to bridge those gaps in talent.

In this ManpowerGroup Ireland Webinar will will discuss:

  • The value of creating diverse and inclusive workplaces

  • Strengthening equality and inclusion during the hiring process and beyond

  • Demonstrating your commitment to diversity and inclusion internally and externally

  • How you can remove the barriers to diverse talent face in accessing the workforce

  • How to position your business in a talent shortage market

  • Research-based perspectives on assessment strategies

  • Best practice, real-world examples to bring back to your own organisation

When: Wednesday March 9th at 12pm. Featuring speakers from LinkedIn, ManpowerGroup Ireland & Right Management Ireland.

Details: This is a free webinar and suitable for HR Professionals, Business Owners, Senior Management and Business Executives. Registrations is required and places are limited to 4 attendees per company. Book your place today and you are welcome to invite a colleague who might like to attend.

REGISTER YOUR PLACE HERE

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