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Category Archives: attracting diverse talent

Disabled and Gay?

Evenbreak focuses on disabled candidates and employees, but of course, disabled people are just as diverse as any other group of people. We know that disabled people commonly face many barriers in the workplace. And we know that people who are gay, lesbian or bi-sexual also face barriers in the workplace. So what if you…

Guest blog:Recruiting Diverse Talent

Today’s blog is from America, and is written by Jakoyah Clarke, who is a talent branding and acquisition professional with a foundation in marketing and strategic planning. She is known for implementing creative sourcing methods and using social media to attract and hire valuable, diverse talent. Jakoyah is committed to contributing to company objectives, increasing department efficiency…

Guest Blog: Recruiting Diverse Talent

Today’s blog is from America, and is written by Jakoyah Clarke, who is a talent branding and acquisition professional with a foundation in marketing and strategic planning. She is known for implementing creative sourcing methods and using social media to attract and hire valuable, diverse talent. Jakoyah is committed to contributing to company objectives, increasing department efficiency…

Guest Blog: Making Jobs Accessible for Everyone

A guest post today, with some good advice on making jobs accessible for all. In these times of economic uncertainty, getting the right person to fill a job vacancy has never been more important, and making sure that your job advert reaches as many people as possible is the first step in the process. Ensuring…

Spotlight on Talent – Roy

The diversity of the talent of the Evenbreak candidates never fails to amaze me. There often seems to be quite a narrow view of disabled people (“they’re all in wheelchairs” – when in reality less than 8% of disabled people use wheelchairs, or “they are all looking for entry level jobs” – whereas in reality…

Best Practice Case Studies: B & Q (2)

  I’ve already shared some examples of good practice shown by B & Q (here), and there are a number of other examples of the kind of actions they have taken to ensure greater inclusion of disabled employees. Here they are: Recruitment. They continually monitor and adjust their recruitment processes to make them more accessible and…

Best Practice Case Studies: Capita

This week’s best practice case study comes from Capita, and is told by Dan, a Capita employee, in his own words here: My journey with Capita began whilst I was studying Financial Economics at University. In my 2nd year of study I undertook 6 week’s work experience with Capita in their Facilities Management department, during…

Best Practice Case Studies: The Environment Agency

  The Environment Agency tells us about how offering work experience to disabled people can lead to full time permanent jobs: We developed a relationship with Papworth Trust and have been working closely with the Trust to look at ways of creating an environment to help people gain invaluable employment experience. “The attachment scheme is…

Best Practice Case Studies: E.ON (1)

New Evenbreak client, E.ON recognises the importance of employing a diverse workforce, with colleagues who reflect the communities they operate in, the customers they serve and the partners they work with. They have put great effort into removing barriers from recruitment policies, processes and practises which may have had the potential to exclude disabled people. Diversity…

Guest blog: Motion hits the Spot!

A blog today from an Evenbreak client who provides a much-needed service to disabled people everywhere. Motion recently approached Evenbreak to find talented individuals to help with the launch of an exciting new business offering simple, beautiful furniture and fittings for anyone living with a disability. They were pleasantly surprised with both the quantity and quality of…

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