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Research shows disabled candidates are an incredibly valuable, yet often overlooked source of talent for early careers programmes. This masterclass is delivered in partnership with disability specialists. It will highlight the responsibility, importance and opportunity for employers to tap into this rich pool of talent. Learn more about ways to break down the barriers faced by disabled people as well as the steps leading employers are taking to make future talent recruitment fairer and more accessible for all. You’ll benefit from new insight into the challenge and practical ways you can remove bias in your recruitment to boost volumes of disabled candidates today.
Join us for “Talent first, disability second: Untapping potential in Future Talent recruitment” Masterclass, 22nd May 2019 in London, 11am-2pm.
• Discover the latest disability insight
• Understand what leading employers are doing to meet the challenge
• Learn new ways to improve access for disabled talent in your recruitment
“The Masterclasses are some of the best events I’ve been to for a long time. They are not only informative but thought provoking, combining innovative content with great input from the audience too.”
Gary Argent, Managing Director, Graduate Transitions
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