Best Practice in Implementing Early Talent Diversity

Zoom

Join us for our Virtual Roundtable Event aimed at global and large employers to share best practices on implementing recruitment and retention strategies to achieve Diversity & Inclusion Goals. With a cross-industry focus, the session will explore how these approaches can help to combat future skills shortages many industries are facing. Within the open discussion […]

Free

Hiring ex-offenders – why you’ll never look back

Zoom

Deciding to hire ex-offenders might feel brave, but it opens up a vast new talent pool and can dramatically cut reoffending rates — which currently cost the UK £18bn a year. Hiring people with convictions brings greater diversity and customer engagement – according to Ministry of Justice data, 92% of firms that employ ex-offenders report […]

Mental health in young people: how to support learners with exam stress and anxiety

Zoom

Are you struggling to support young learners to manage their exam anxiety and mental health? More than ever our young learners are struggling and there are many reports of emotional distress ahead of exams. Covid-19 has meant they have not had to sit a formal assessment yet. Furthermore, exam officers are not trained to manage […]

Unlock refugee talent to access skilled people looking for work

Zoom

The City & Guilds Foundation welcomes you to join a session with our partners The Launchpad Collective to examine how to unlock refugee talent to access skilled people looking for work. The Launchpad Collective (TLC) connects employers with refugee talent. Steered by refugees, for refugees, working side-by-side with both job seekers and employers so that […]

Neurodiversity Index: Lunch and Learn

Online event

Join Jennifer Warner, City & Guilds Foundation, and Amanda Kirby, Do-IT Solutions, to learn why we need to know the data relating to neurodiversity at work and how you can be involved in making a difference and understand more about what the Neurodiversity Index is trying to achieve. Find out more about the Neurodiversity Index […]