Information & Inspiration: All about Diversity & Inclusion
Aon's Assessment Solutions offers best-practice Talent Assessment. Diversity is very much on the agenda and remains an important business issue for those companies within mature HR and testing markets
Our global HR pulse survey, conducted in April 2021, found that 83% of more than 1,300 respondents view DE&I as extremely or very important when planning their future-of-work strategies.
Morgan Stanley EMEA offers a broad range of junior talent opportunities for apprentices, interns and graduates and attracts a large volume of applicants each year.
Organizations are strengthening their diversity, equity and inclusivity (DE&I) strategies and programs. To ensure sustainability, they must adopt a holistic approach and consider four pillars.
The Challenge: Identify and hire the graduate cohort who will be the leaders of the future, capable of delivering the digital and technological strategy.
How a large banking organization was able to identify those women ready for leadership positions and how these women were also identified as having the capabilities to move to a new function.
To build a sustainable DE&I program, we believe that you need a foundation of fair, objective and bias-free assessment processes.
There is plenty of debate about what is – and who has – potential. Surely, the majority of the workforce has potential to reskill and upskill?
In order to widen the talent pool for their early careers programs, many high-profile corporate recruiters have removed specific academic qualifications as prerequisites for applicants.
In this virtual forum, we speak to some of Aon’s Early Careers Experts who talk about some of the trends, drivers and solutions that are shaping the future of early careers programmes.
In the current pandemic world, where physical interactions are limited and the entire recruitment journey has moved online, only the most future-focussed organisations will hire the best.
A recent survey by Aon asked over 1,600 HR leaders what they considered to be the most important factors when defining the future of work.
Today, we thought it would be useful to provide a ‘what if’ hypothesis and showcase how data, if combined with the appropriate amount of ambition, could potentially help drive a more systemic solution
Aon has implemented a transformative graduate recruitment process to help Ocado Group in the UK hire young people from more diverse backgrounds.
The aviation industry is in a difficult place at present. However, its future is surely positive.
Spotlight, Assessment Solutions regular Q&A with clients and colleagues, highlights leading viewpoints on trending topics in the world of human resources.
Using talent assessment to develop a more diverse and equitable workforce
The Ocado Group attracts an increasingly high number of candidates to its graduate programs. Aon's Assessment Solutions offers best-practice Talent Assessment.
Aon offers solutions for talent programmes enhancing the candidate-experience while increasing the diversity across the graduates willing to start their early careers.Watch this webinar recording now!
Sophisticated assessment solutions, powered by algorithms, are driving the changes needed to transform talent selection and enable more diverse recruiting.