inclusion

Cultivating a diverse contingent workforce

Recent research shows that 63% of leaders now expect contingent ED&I initiatives to become a higher priority due to seismic cultural shifts across the world.

Cultivating a diverse contingent workforce is now more important than ever, not just from a moral perspective but also from a performance perspective.

The BTN is delighted to partner with Resource Solutions on their latest Whitepaper around 'Cultivating a diverse contingent workforce '. 

The Whitepaper from ResourceSolutions identifies the following in four chapters:

4 tips to managing diversity and gender equality in your company

If you want to generate success in your company and work in a harmonious environment, then you need to consider each and every one of your employees, get to know their interests, and offer them the best treatment and commitment. However, one of the most important principles that should be commonplace in every organisation is the equal treatment of employees (regardless of gender, race or religion).

Using internal mobility, opportunity marketplaces and upskilling to future-proof your organisation

Even before the pandemic, smart HR teams were thinking about how to re-engineer their organisations to help them better survive in a fast-changing, increasingly volatile, unpredictable, complex and ambiguous world. What we've seen over the past year is an acceleration of that chance and some truly inspirational and different responses to the how, when, why and where of work. It's a mega transformation to the world of work, the likes of which has not been experienced seen since the Industrial Revolution. 

Creating an inclusive culture for hybrid and remote workers

Taking effective action on your employee journey is no longer a 'nice to have', your employees are on a journey of adjusting to the remote & hybrid way.

The BTN was recently delighted to partner again with Eightfold for a VIP roundtable that brought together senior people leaders from some of the leading organisations across the world. 

Break The Bias: Achieving gender equality in the workplace

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a reversal effect on gender equality. In 2021, the percentage of women in or looking for work in the US was at 57.4% – the lowest it had been since December 1988.

Many organisations want to actively promote gender equality in the workplace. But even with the best intentions, bias can be unconsciously embedded within every stage of the recruitment process. This puts women at a disadvantage and stifles any effort towards the development of a truly inclusive culture.  

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