In-house recruiters dubious about current D&I success

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New research reveals in-house recruiters are unsure about the effectiveness of D&I.

New research by The FIRM (Forum of In-House Recruitment Managers) suggests that there are serious doubts among in-house recruiters about the effectiveness of current diversity & inclusion (D&I) strategy and initiatives.

The ‘Diversity & Inclusion Key Insights Report’ reveals that while 92% of respondents say D&I “is a key area of focus” for them,...

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