What does empathy mean to you? And how can it positively impact an inclusive recruitment process?
In this blog we start to explore what shapes and forms empathy can take when it comes to recruitment through 8 quick tips. What does it mean for the candidate? How can you make sure you’re taking action through the sourcing, interviewing and hiring process? And what outcomes can you expect?
In today’s competitive job market, businesses are looking for ways to attract and retain top talent. One way to do this is to create a culture of empathy and inclusion in the hiring process.
Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another person. Inclusion is the practice of welcoming and respecting people from all backgrounds and experiences. When these two qualities are combined, they create a workplace where everyone feels valued and respected.
Inclusion is about more than just making sure everyone feels welcome. It’s about creating a workplace where everyone has the opportunity to succeed. This means providing opportunities for everyone to learn and grow, and to contribute to the team in their own unique way.