Inclusive Recruitment in 8 Steps

Our greatest strength is our people. Diverse teams are 87% better at making decisions. However, 61% of neurodivergent employees have faced stigma at work. And, 93% are more likely to apply to work for a company that was supporting neurodivergent employees well. 

Join us to learn how to implement your inclusive hiring plan in 8 steps. Get actionable insights from Monster, Ingeus, and Texthelp. Don’t miss the top talent in your industry. Register to watch now on demand by filling in your details below.

Insights from experts and neurodivergent talent leading the way:

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Webinar takeaways:

  1. Learn how to implement your inclusive hiring plan in 8 steps
  2. Get direct insights & results from industry leaders who have introduced inclusive strategies
  3. Hear from neurodivergent employees on the impact inclusion makes to their hiring experience 

Bonus Resource: Guide to ‘Disability Inclusion in Recruitment & Beyond’ with best practice advice from The Valuable 500, IBM, Next, Sainsbury’s, Evenbreak, Business Disability Forum, and more.

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Who will this webinar benefit?

This webinar is for anyone who recognises the value of recruiting and retaining neurodivergent talent. Whether you're leading the way for disability inclusion, or you're at the beginning of the journey, this webinar will benefit you.

HR & Talent Managers, Diversity, Equality, Inclusion and Belonging Specialists, Training & Development Leaders, Employee Engagement Leaders, Staff Performance Managers, and Disability & Neurodiversity Champions.

Meet the speakers

Claire Barnes, Monster


Claire Barnes has been at Monster since 2018, and was recently named Chief Human Capital Officer, leading a global human resources strategy. With more than 20 years of experience working in communications, tech, and information services, Claire has played a leading role in human capital planning for brands such as Verizon and Thomson Reuters. She is passionate about equality, engagement, and leading successful and effective teams.

Emily Garvie, Ingeus

Head of Talent Acquisition

With over a decade and a half of experience in HR across B2B, Retail and Public Sector organisations, Emily brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to her current role as Head of Talent Acquisition at Ingeus. Her specialist interests within HR include talent acquisition, employer branding, and diversity, equity & inclusion.

Calum McBurney, Texthelp

Talent Acquisition Lead

With 8 years' experience in Recruitment and Talent Acquisition, Calum appreciates the importance of a company culture that values diverse talent. At Texthelp, Calum manages the day to day recruitment function. Currently, he is focused on improving the hiring process to make sure it's as inclusive as possible. He is also working to build Texthelp's employer brand in line with the company's values to be courageous, impactful, creative, and to join our community.

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Attendee feedback

A very insightful webinar!

Angelica Rose, People Administrator, Paperchase

Always really inclusive webinars and great information shared.

Rachael Darling, Service Development Lead, Wigan Council

Thank you all so much for such interesting and relevant contributions. This has been a very informative session.

Michele Guerin, Equality Officer, Health Service Executive

Great session, thoroughly enjoyed.

Elizabeth Taylor, Senior Recruitment Specialist, Liverpool Football Club

A very useful and thought provoking session. Well done, Texthelp.

Janice Morgan, Head of HR, Strathclyde Partnerships for Transport

Really useful insight and practical guidance and advice. Neurodivergence is everywhere, but inclusion is a choice of all.

Mary Warwick-Greer, IPS Employment Specialist, Cumbria Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust

Extremely educational and quite frankly eye-opening. This presentation really lit a fire in me.

Laura Clines, National Talent Acquisition Specialist, Restore

Found the session really interesting and a really great format. As a neurodivergent person it was engaging and understandable.

Charis Davies, Inclusion & Involvement Lead, Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust