Tag Archives: inclusion

Diversity Doers – The Ability People

The Ability People (TAP) was co-founded by Steve Carter and retired Paralympian Liz Johnson in 2018. TAP’s mission is to create parity of opportunity in the world of work for people with disability. All their team have authentic experience of disability and apply their skills and knowledge via inspirational presentations, educational programmes & practical sessions … Continue reading “Diversity Doers – The Ability People”

The Futureheads Diversity Journey – we’ve only just begun

One of the great things about being a recruitment business is that we can be a real conduit for positive change. We’ve always considered ourselves fairly good at championing diversity – with an all female founding team, and a diverse internal team – but, over the last year we’ve realised that we could, and should, … Continue reading “The Futureheads Diversity Journey – we’ve only just begun”

Futureheads partners with Versiti to implement best practice in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

We are delighted to announce that Futureheads has partnered with diversity and inclusion research specialists Versiti to create and implement a bespoke EDI (Equality, Diversity, Inclusion) strategy. Versiti is led by Dr Marie-Claude Gervais, a leading expert on EDI. A former Lecturer in Social and Cultural Psychology at the London School of Economics, she has … Continue reading “Futureheads partners with Versiti to implement best practice in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion”

Leaders in Change with Jonathan Hassell | Accessing your lost customers through inclusive design

Leaders in Change is an established forum for leaders in the digital industry to talk about key areas of change they are driving, with conversations ranging from diversity and product development through to blockchain and automation. After a summer break, we’re delighted to announce that our next event will be led by inclusion and accessibility thought … Continue reading “Leaders in Change with Jonathan Hassell | Accessing your lost customers through inclusive design”