Diversity and inclusion experts VONQ and VERCIDA are holding a free educational webinar, without a sales pitch, to help companies understand how to bring inclusive employment principles into their work.
The hour-long webinar, planned for 10:00 (UTC) on 21 June, will feature useful advice and explanations on how to achieve your company’s diversity goals. That could be recruiting more women, gay employees or members of other minorities.
The session looks at the basic tools companies need to improve their diversity and inclusion efforts. And how to get to grips with those tools. The first part will cover:
What does diversity mean?
Why is diversity increasingly important for good business?
What are the main challenges employers face every day in promoting diversity?
What does best practice look like?
Strategies to implement these perspectives - in particular, where to start.
The second part of the session will be a discussion with an expert panel. This is an opportunity for sharing tips and best practice with members of the VERCIDA team - the UK’s leading inclusive employment consultants and talent acquisition board. They will also be joined by representatives from VONQ - a specialist marketing firm skilled in reaching a hand into online communities to promote job applications and engagement.
Morgan Lobb, Founder and CEO from VERCIDA explained, “Diversity and inclusion are on the agenda of every company we talk to. People want to have more representation. The problem is they have a lot of trouble finding out where to start meeting that objective. We’re holding this webinar to share what we already know can make firms a success.”
Stanislaw Wasowicz, Global Business Development Manager at VONQ explained, “Right now, we’re not fully benefiting from what society has to offer us. That’s as both a talent acquisition community, and an employee community. Bringing large enterprises together to find the best ways to increase diversity isn’t just a positive trend for our industry but for our society as a whole.”
About the hosts
VONQ specialises in employment related media content distribution. That means whenever an employer wants to promote their overall brand or specific opportunities towards specific sectors they help with distributing their content online in an intelligent way. They have been in business for 12 years and currently have over 2,000 customers. Their system gets results for employers in both exposure and traffic.
VERCIDA is a powerful workforce attraction tool, helping organisations to create a fair and inclusive workforce by offering easy ways to communicate with potential staff and for people to find work that suits their needs. It operates on the idea of showcasing socially-responsible employers who are focused on wellbeing and are committed to creating a fairer society at work. After seven years in operation, VERCIDA has a portfolio of over 130 clients and a team of twelve. The company currently operates from a base in London and, in the longer term, has ambitious plans for growth into the US and European markets. Want to know more? Join VERCIDA and VONQ for the webinar on 21 June Register here.
VERCIDA works with over one hundred clients who are committed to creating an inclusive work
environment. If you are an employer and interested in working with VERCIDA to promote your
diversity and inclusion initiatives and attract the best candidates, please email
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