What’s the Kryptonite in Your Early Careers Hiring Process? How to Make Candidate Experience More Inclusive through the Lens of Neurodiversity
Candidate experience is often top of mind for early careers professionals that are looking to create personalised, supportive and engaging hiring journeys for their talent audiences.
In fact, 98% of employers believe enhancing the candidate experience would improve and protect their employer brand.
But while many organisations have taken practical steps to address issues like DEI in the hiring process, neurodiversity is an area that is often overlooked.
Neurodiversity is a term used to describe people that have a range of differences in individual brain function and behavioural traits, regarded as part of normal variation in the human population (think autism, ADHD, anxiety, dyslexia, etc). New research suggests that up to 1 in 5 employees are neurodivergent.
With up to 20% of the workforce being classified as ‘neurodivergent’, isn’t it time that employers took practical steps to address this in the hiring process?
In this webinar, Meet & Engage’s very own Nicola Sullivan will sit down with Theo Smith, Founder at Neurodiversity at Work, to discuss how employers can make the candidate experience more inclusive through the lens of neurodiversity.
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