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Intersectionality: Time to drop the one-size-fits-all approach

Intersectionality – the term, coined by Kimberlé Crenshaw, brings a lens that is really important for us to understand…. Intersectionality is the multiple layers of individuals that we are. It’s not just considering race, sexual orientation, disability, class, socio-economic background, education and so on. These strands individually can cause marginalisation, bias and/or discrimination against an individual…. but intersectionality finally identifies

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Writing Inclusive Job Descriptions: 6 Top Tips

Did you know that the average job seeker spends 49.7 seconds reading a job description before dismissing a position as a poor fit? Any changes you can make to your language and the accessibility of your recruitment process to be more inclusive will help attract talented candidates to your opportunities who may have previously stopped reading after less than a

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Deaf Awareness and Inclusion in the Hiring Process

Our huge thanks toAmy Gair for making this video forDeaf Awareness Week 2021, sharing her thoughts on Deaf awareness and inclusivity in the recruitment process. How did I find my recent interview experience with Inclusive Recruiting?I found the interview process to be easy because the person who was dealing with the interviews has emailed me the questions of what she

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CV Writing: 10 Top Tips

According to research by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), on average almost half of the applicants for every job advertised are perfectly suitable for the role. So if you want to get that interview and the job you deserve, it’s important to make sure your CV – short for curriculum vitae, from the Latin meaning “course of

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Interview scheduled? Remember, preparation is key.

It’s natural to feel nervous about an interview, howeverthere are ways you can manage this feeling. Preparationis key. This will help you feel less nervousor anxious, and allow you to feel morein control of the situation and more confident. Here are my top tips for interview preparation: 1. Researchinto the company and industry. Understand who they are, what they do,

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