The 5% Club and Whitehat joint online event

  • Date: 29th September 2020
  • Time: 15:00-16:00
  • Location: Online
  • URL: Event Link

The 5% Club and Whitehat are inviting you to attend this joint online event.

Tuesday 29 September 3pm-4pm
Talent is everywhere, the opportunity is not: how to identify and support diverse talent

Booking: This event is open to members and non-members. To book please click here:

As organisations turn to an agenda of radical reskilling to future-proof their organisations and speed up economic recovery, it is crucial that they look to support diverse talent worst-hit by the economic downturn.

Join us to hear case studies from a number of organisations who have prioritised levelling the playing field for entry-level talent from all backgrounds, and successfully embedded social mobility into the DNA of their workforce.

During this session you will hear from organisations who are successfully:

  • Supporting young people to build social capital
  • Empowering young people into work experience
  • Identifying and hiring diverse candidates from new talent pools
  • Developing diverse talent in the workforce
  • Embedding D&I throughout their organisation
  • Speakers TBC

Further Information

Find out more about this event by calling us on 01536 513388
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or visiting the event website

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