Socio-economic diversity and inclusion

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The Social Mobility Commission hosts a series of Employer Masterclasses designed to support Diversity & Inclusion specialists, Human Resources directors and decision-makers within employers to put social mobility at the heart of your diversity and inclusion strategies. Catch up on our latest events and sign-up to hear about upcoming masterclasses.

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What is social mobility and what can it do for your business?

Whether you lead a manufacturing company or a professional services firm, the performance, productivity and commitment of your staff is key to your organisation’s success. Yet businesses across the country are missing opportunities to recruit, promote and retain some of the most talented and driven people in our country.

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A toolkit designed to help you progress with social mobility

Our toolkit will help you progress from making an initial commitment, such as taking the Social Mobility Pledge to becoming an industry leader like those ranked in the Social Mobility Employer Index and those celebrated at events like the Social Mobility Awards.


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Recap – Employers Masterclass: How to talk about class in the workplace

How do you talk openly about class in the workplace? In our latest Employers Masterclass, we discussed the importance of having a workplace environment where employees can talk openly about their backgrounds –enabling employees to feel able to bring their whole selves to work.  Catch up on the session and read our key takeaways from […]

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👇An interesting article regarding the legal considerations of paid and unpaid internships.

23/05/2022

To ensure hiring practices are accessible and equitable to all applicants, we advocate for employers to offer paid internships, which (as the article says), “have the potential to be more mutually rewarding to both parties” and ensures the “pool of candidates is not limited to those who are able to support themselves financially whilst undertaking unpaid work”.

For more information on inclusive hiring practices, please visit our employer toolkit – https://lnkd.in/dzjr8AW
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