ISE Diversity & Inclusion Special Interest Group
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ISE Diversity & Inclusion Special Interest Group

06/06/2019
When: Thursday, 6 June 2019
9:00-12:00
Where: University of Westminster
Regent Street Building, Room: 152-153 - Cayley
309 Regent Street
London W1B 2HW
United Kingdom
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ISE Diversity & Inclusion Special Interest Group


Within this 3-hour session we have covered some of the hottest issues in the student recruitment industry with insight into the latest trends in Diversity.

 

Agenda

> 9:00 Welcome from the ISE and Dr. Peter Bonfield, VC, University of Westminster



> 9:15 Recruiting for potential in investment management

Jenny Barber, Director of Careers and Talent, and Claire Flannery, Careers and Talent Specialist, Investment20/20

Investment20/20 was the brainchild of Andrew Formica (Former CEO Janus Henderson Investors, now CEO Jupiter Asset Management) and Nichola Pease (Former CEO – JO Hambro), who were driven by the mission to bring more diverse talent into all aspects of investment management. Six years later, over 1300 young people – school leavers and graduates – have been able to start their career in the investment management sector through the Investment20/20 12 month trainee programme. Building diversity in the investment management sector through an early careers strategy, Investment20/20 is seen as the industry careers service. During the session, they shared the evidence of how the sector is, through the I2020 Trainee Programme, recruiting for potential, and building pre-trainee opportunities such as the Think Investments programme that support young people without professional networks in developing the skills and experiences to support them through the application process.

(Presentation slides available to ISE members only)



> 9:45 David Pearson, KPMG’s Director of Global Inclusion & Diversity will share his approach to repositioning inclusion and diversity and looking at how to work towards an inclusive workforce by avoiding silos.

(Presentation slides available to ISE members only)



> 10.30 Refreshments & networking


> 10:50 Building the ISE knowledge hub, session facilitated by Tristram Hooley, Chief Research Officer, Institute of Student Employers

This took feedback and input from members on the new diversity and inclusion section on the ISE knowledge hub. We were working together to brainstorm the key knowledge and information that everyone involved in diversity should know.



> 11:15 Knowledge share session - key issues in diversity and inclusion

- Gender pay gap. How has the requirement to publish your firms gender pay gap been received within your firm? Has it opened up space for you to talk about gender more? If not, is there any way that you could make the most of it?

- Wellbeing and mental health. What is your firm doing to support well being and mental health. How much do you view mental health as being an equality strand within the context of recruitment and early careers?

- What’s changed? What is the key change that you have made to the recruitment and development of early career recruits over the last year to improve diversity? Has it worked? What have you learnt?

- Diverse apprentices. How diverse are your apprentices? Is there anything that you could do to improve diversity here?



> 11:45 Final remarks and forum end

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