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The easiest way to drive business growth? Become a diverse Employer

There is a saying, be the change you wish to see in the world. Many people pay lip service to this especially when it comes to the way in which they recruit talent for their teams.

Yet there is a plethora of evidence to show that change can – and does – deliver significant business gains.

The change we’re referring to comes in the form of diversity.

Diversity has not only dominated the headlines in recent months, it has become firmly positioned at the very top of the organisational people agenda. This is not because the media have whipped up a wave of interest in the subject; rather there has become an increasing awareness and realisation of the commercial benefits to becoming a more diverse Employer.

While this sounds all very well in principle, the way in which diversity can be implemented or extended within existing teams is an altogether different proposition. This is what we sought to explain in the latest in our series of Guides for Employers.

The FREE to download, read and share Guide for becoming a more diverse Employer outlines the business case for doing so, the practical steps you can take and the ways in which you can monitor its effectiveness.

The Guide to successful interviewing is free to download, read and share: FREE DOWNLOAD


Check out our other Guides too:

Guide to Successful Interviewing
The Cost of a Bad Hire (and How to Mitigate it)
Creating a Smarter Hiring Strategy
6 Essential Steps for a Successful Recruiting Process

Kate Allen

Kate Allen

Kate founded Allen Associates in 1998 out of a determination to build a recruitment business which delivered a bespoke service centred on the needs of clients and candidates.

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