The latest talent trends
Benefit from unique sector insights
Reduce costs and improve results
This masterclass is delivered in partnership with Rare. We’ll introduce why social mobility is important and reveal the 50 employers taking the most action to improve social mobility in the workplace. Then we’ll turn to the future talent space for the latest research and employer case studies to showcase the steps that have been taken to open doors and break down barriers to improve candidate access in student recruitment today. You’ll benefit from new insight into the challenge and practical ways you can remove bias and improve access for candidates from disadvantaged backgrounds in your recruitment.
Join us for “Opening doors and breaking barriers: Driving Social Mobility in Future Talent” Masterclass, in partnership with Rare, 18th June 2019 in London, 11am-2pm.
• Discover the latest social mobility insight
• Understand what leading employers are doing to meet the challenge
• Learn new ways to improve access for disadvantaged candidates in your recruitment
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Gary Argent, Managing Director, Graduate Transitions
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