Hiring to improve company culture

Hiring to improve company culture

Hiring with company culture in mind is fast becoming a recruitment and resourcing “have to”.

Yet, under the Equality Act 2010, companies are required to eliminate discrimination, harassment and victimisation from their recruitment processes.

This means that HR has to be particularly careful when hiring for “culture fits”, to ensure they’re not getting incorporating bias into any stage of selection.

To avoid any diversity pitfalls, HR Grapevine spoke to Jo Sweetland, Managing Partner at Green Park, as she explained what every company needs to do to promote a good culture and hire diverse employees – as well as sharing her own, personal nightmare job interview experience.

Click next to read Sweetland’s advice.


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