D&I hiring is an important topic for TA leaders now more than ever. Forced recent changes in the ways companies work highlighted that corporations can accommodate any type of workforce with remote work.

In this webinar we discussed if these changes pave the way for more inclusive and diverse hiring strategies or it will actually hinder efforts in the D&I programmes.

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