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Masterclass 2021: Outreach

On 25 February we held the second employers’ masterclass series of the year, exploring how you can reach, attract and foster a diverse pool of talent.

Outreach is about attracting candidates who may not traditionally apply for roles within your organisation, yet could make a significant contribution in future. They may not have been to the ‘best schools’ or lack soft skills and confidence – but these could be the ‘bright stars’ of tomorrow. In seven leading law firms, employees educated at state schools were 75% more likely to feature in the top decile of performers than those educated at independent schools.

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Social Mobility Data Masterclass – why you need to #AskTheQuestion

In our recent Social Mobility Data Masterclass, we explored the importance of collecting data on employee’s socio-economic backgrounds for creating effective diversity and inclusion strategies. You can watch the recording of the Social Mobility Data Masterclass here. We were joined by Andrew Young, Workforce Diversity Lead at the BBC; Cliff Sale, Social Mobility Programme Lead, […]

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Congratulations to our Commissioner for Young and Vulnerable People Saeed Atcha MBE for becoming a Trustee of Migrant Leaders.

10/05/2021

Migrant Leaders is an independent UK registered charity programme. It’s aims are to:

➡ Inspire and develop disadvantaged young migrants across the UK to broaden their horizons and access opportunities.

➡ Build leadership and motivate young migrants to fulfil their true career potential, consequently maximising their contributions to the British economy, society and communities.

➡ Provide bespoke support to equip talented young migrants with the knowledge, skills and confidence to enter and take on leadership roles in major public and private sector organisations.

#DiversityAndInclusion #SocialMobility #trustee #MigrantWorkers #opportunities #Leaders #Inspire #Mentor #DiversityOfThought

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