Employees who experience great onboarding are 69% more likely to remain in the company after 3 years. In a series of 3 on demand sessions, learn how to make your recruitment and onboarding process more inclusive of neurodivergent and disabled talent. Even small changes can help your new hires to feel more valued, supported, and welcomed both in the short and long term.
Register to watch all 3 sessions. By registering, you'll also receive a downloadable guide to inclusive recruitment.
As an employer, being welcoming and inclusive of everyone matters - at every stage of an employee’s journey. That means we need to recognise and value diversity, right from the start.
Inclusive recruitment helps us to recruit in way that recognises, understands and values differences in every part of the process. From connecting with candidates, to interviewing, hiring and onboarding. With inclusive recruitment, we can attract neurodivergent and disabled talent. These individuals often bring original thinking, creativity, tenacity and more to the workplace.
In this series, explore how to create a recruiting and onboarding process that's accessible and inclusive to all people, flexible to different needs, and free from bias.
You'll receive 3 sessions including:
You'll also receive our downloadable guide to inclusive recruitment.
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In this session, gain 5 key tips to creating an inclusive recruitment process. You'll hear from Maria Hamilton, Engagement Manager at Auticon UK. Auticon is a global IT consultancy and neuroinclusion services training provider that exclusively employs autistic adults as IT consultants, and supports them to work in client's technology projects.
Maria is responsible for leading the engagement of Auticon UK’s training programme. Within her role, she ensures that clients can work confidently with neurodivergent colleagues and recruit new neurodivergent talent. With personal connections to autism, Maria has gained applied autism and coaching accreditations and passionately advocates for increasing neurodivergent talent within the workplace.
According to research, half of UK businesses are reluctant to employ those who are neurodivergent. For many students and graduates, the world of work can feel unwelcoming. In this session, explore how to create an attraction, assessment and selection process that supports diverse candidates to be at their best. You'll hear from Ellie Long, Global Inclusive Hiring & Campaign Lead at Rolls Royce, sponsors of the ‘Undergraduate of the Year Award Celebrating Neurodiverse Talent’.
Ellie own the delivery of Rolls Royce's inclusive hiring initiatives, TA campaigns and early careers hiring. She is a dynamic leader with experience in redesigning and delivering high impact change. Her purpose is to create opportunities for people regardless of their education, upbringing, or social standing acting as a role model for young female leaders.
76% of people with a disability or neurodiverse condition do not fully disclose this at work. An inclusive onboarding process makes sure employees feel included and supported in their new workplace, right from day 1. In this session, our panel share key tips that'll help you consider the accessibility of your onboarding materials, and empower employees to drive their own success.