Register for free today to attend The Global Recruiter’s Summit on Diversity.

Diverse key to success.

The benefits of taking a diverse approach to attracting, selecting and employing people are unquestionable and The Global Recruiter’s forthcoming UK summit offers a unique place to discover how to make diversity work for your company, your clients and you candidates. Held on 6 March at etc. venues Fenchurch Street, 8 Fenchurch Place London, the day long event will show how diversity can make a business perform better, be more innovative and attract the best talent. 

A Forbes report into the issue found “the best way to ensure the development of new ideas is through a diverse and inclusive workforce”. Elsewhere a Glassdoor survey found that two thirds of job hunters indicated that diversity was important to them when evaluating companies and job offers. Bersin Insights have also recorded that highly inclusive organisations generate 2.3 times more cashflow per employee and generate 1.4 times more revenue.

The Global Recruiter’s UK Summit, The Power of Difference gives recruitment professionals access to the leading practitioners and thinkers in this area. It brings together views and practice from across the recruitment process. Leading with a keynote from Alison Starmer, MD of Client Solutions, Randstad, in which she explores how her own company has made diversity a reality for their business, the summit will also feature panel discussions from leading recruitment agencies and end user employers to deliver a comprehensive view on what diversity should be and how the benefits of this approach can be realised.

The summit is free of charge to recruiters and this year, as with those in the past, the event will certainly deliver real and practical ideas for recruitment companies to implement and benefit from in the future.

Secure you free ticket today by registering here: https://www.theglobalrecruiter.com/summit-2019/#register  

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