Fresh insights on recruiting strategies, Diversity and inclusion and the latest at Druthers Search.
By Kiri O'Brien on Thursday 22nd October
For millions of people living with deafness, the pandemic is upending long-established coping mechanisms. With remote working set to continue, inclusive solutions must be found.
By Kirsty Trafford-Owen on Tuesday 6th October
In one of the most tumultuous years in modern times, we asked ourselves: what has actually changed for Diversity and Inclusion?
By Kiri O'Brien on Tuesday 22nd September
Business Women’s Day is a fantastic occasion to celebrate the impact of women in the workforce, reflect on how far we’ve come, and how far we have to go.
By Kirsty Trafford-Owen on Thursday 27th August
For millions of women, breastfeeding is vital to the health and happiness of mother and baby. Working life should never stand in the way.
By Kiri O'Brien on Thursday 13th August
With life unlikely to go back to normal for some time yet, businesses should be finding ways to make the return to work as safe, and inclusive, as possible.
By Kiri O'Brien on Wednesday 15th July
This year, while organisers were gearing up to make Pride 50 the biggest one yet, the COVID-19 outbreak was sweeping across the globe, making it impossible to gather in large groups.
By Kiri O'Brien on Friday 12th June
The majority of our clients are always shocked when we tell them just how rife racism is in recruitment. But in a typical tech recruitment agency, there is absolutely no incentive to spend the time to make sure you are putting forward a diverse slate of candidates. Read more about how to be an anti-racist recruiter.
Over the last week, the Black Lives Matter movement has evolved into a social movement, all over the world. There are lots of voices that we can be following at the moment to teach us more about anti-racism, but here are a few.
By Kiri O'Brien on Friday 29th May
As governments begin outlining plans for life after lockdown, we are all excited at the prospect of being reunited with our family and friends. Yet as the news reminds us every evening, for many, this opportunity is lost forever.
By Kirsty Trafford-Owen on Wednesday 27th May
Well, if diversity and inclusion had a slogan, it would be, "I see you”.