How to Become an Inclusive Employer After COVID-19
Building a More Inclusive Workforce
As we begin the process of re-opening our economy, many business owners will face the need to rebuild and hire new staff. This presents a unique opportunity to build from the ground up with a more inclusive hiring policy. Not only can an employer cast a wider net to find the right candidate, they’ll also enhance the standing of their brand through inclusive hiring practices. By implementing these step-by-step practices, a business can demonstrate social values that will resonate with customers and employees alike.
Moderated by Trish Kelly of the Presidents Group, along with HR and inclusion experts Jamie Millar-Dixon and Kristin Bower (who recently published the Untapped Talent B2B guidebook) this informative webinar will equip business owners with the tools and know-how to build a welcoming and more inclusive workplace.
What Will I Learn?
Key HR concepts and how to think of HR in more inclusive ways
How inclusive hiring practices can benefit a business
Recruitment strategies to access untapped sources of talent
Case studies of small businesses already practicing inclusive hiring
Accessibility Statement: This webinar is provided with ASL interpretation and live captioning. If you require any other accommodations to participate, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
With generous support from The Presidents Group, all webinars during AccessAbility Week (May 31 – Jun 6, 2020) will feature live ASL interpretation and closed captioning.
Our webinars are hosted through Adobe Connect. If you’ve never attended an Adobe Connect meeting before, please prepare for the webinar and test your connection here: http://smallbusinessbc.ca/adobe-connect/