Equaliser Foundation and its sponsors, invite you to the launch of its research and white paper.
“The process of executive search – Why are women not getting the top jobs?”
Not revealing the results, just yet, we can however share that the selection process has not significantly changed over the last 10 years, certainly not enough to reflect the changing need of big companies for more diverse management teams. Headhunting firms appeal to be unaware of unconscious bias that place female employees at an undetected disadvantage compared to men.
The Equaliser Foundation is therefore issuing a whitepaper drawn from good company practices and from research all over the world helping the executive selection process to be more open to female candidates.
“We hope that our proposal and practical tips can help employers and HR recruiters in Central and Eastern Europe to achieve the goal of a more diverse team in their companies.” – Edina Heal, founder and leader of Equaliser Foundation.
Date: 21th of May 2021 – 9 a.m.
The event will be held in Hungarian and English with translation.
9:00 | Opening
by Gabriella Liptay, president of Board of Trustees of Equaliser Foundation, Marketing and Communications Director of KPMG in Hungary
9:10 | Presentation of the research findings
presented by Dr. Beáta Nagy and Dr Henriett Primecz, research professors;
A research of Equaliser Foundation sponsored by companies who care about equal opportunities for all: Henkel, Lee Hecht Harrison, MOL Group and Magyar Telekom
9:30 | Presentation of the White Paper
presented by Edina Heal, founder and leader of Equaliser Foundation
9:45 | Roundtable discussion – Why did our sponsors get involved and what do their companies do for equal opportunities for all?
participants: Andrea Juhos (LHH), Dr. Ágnes Fábián (Henkel), Rita Csernai (MOL Group), Éva Zanin (Magyar Telekom); moderator: Edina Heal
10:35 | Closing
by Gabriella Liptay, president of Board of Trustees of Equaliser foundation, Marketing and Communications Director of KPMG in Hungary
The event is free and open to the press, but registration is required.
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