Diversity in Recruitment: How to Get it “Right”

A WORK180 webinar

Wondering whether you and your team are getting it “right” when it comes to diversity hiring? Here’s your chance to find out.

In this webinar, WORK180 speaks to three HR experts who have been there, done that, and are now benefiting from a hiring process that delivers a diverse and inclusive workforce.

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About the webinar

While a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) is increasingly important for organizations, it’s still a relatively new concept for the working world. This means there’s no tried and tested road to success — it’s up to us to carve it out together.

In this knowledge-sharing webinar, three HR and talent acquisition experts from WORK180 Endorsed Employers around the world share the ways in which their teams are ensuring diversity in the recruitment process.

From defining a role to selecting the successful candidate, each panellist focuses on a different stage of the recruitment process and shares the secrets to their DEI success so far.

Topics covered in the webinar

  • The benefits of diversity hiring
  • Ensuring diversity when defining and advertising a role
  • Tools and techniques for sourcing a diverse range of candidates
  • Creating and conducting a fair and inclusive interview process
  • Removing biases and making difficult decisions
  • Merit-hiring and attaching value to diversity

    Meet the panellists

    Each of the panellists work for one of our Endorsed Employers — organization’s with a proven commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).

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    Goh Hattori

    Senior Director, Talent Acquisition Asia Pacific & Japan Region and Global Talent Sourcing Leader at Splunk

    Picture of Divya Joshi

    Divya Joshi

    Head of Technical Recruiting at Thumbtack

    Picture of Daniel Harris, Mott MacDonaldDaniel Harris, Mott MacDonald

    Daniel Harris

    Head of Talent Acquisition at Mott MacDonald

    About WORK180

    Inspired by their own experiences of workplace discrimination, Gemma Lloyd and Valeria Ignatieva founded the first transparent job board for women. Almost a decade later, WORK180 is a thriving community and platform where women and marginalized groups access the information they need to make informed career decisions — and find workplaces that work for them.