By 2023, Gen Zs and millennials will comprise 48% of the total workforce.
Yet our sector is still struggling to attract, retain and retain up-and-coming talent. In doing so, more and more companies value the level of diversity in onboarding. It is time for action! On April 11th, Diversity Works organizes an interactive event in Stadion Galgenwaard where students, starters, HR and business come together to get to know each other and ask questions.
Please note that this event is in Dutch.
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Recruiting without bias - Why is this important and how do you achieve it?
Charlotte Melkert CEO of Equalture - for pioneers no longer willing to accept resume bias - explains how candidates can be assessed on predictors of success. Their potential rather than their experience.
Speed dating - Meet tomorrow's talent!|
The new generation wants to work for a company with a mission they support. Where they can contribute something to a better world. Find out what this means for your organization. During speed dating you will engage in conversation with students and startups. Learn first-hand what tomorrow's talent is looking for in a company to work for.
Break -> Dinner
Break with dinner and drinks
Impact of image - See your organization through the lens of the new generation.
Learn what you can achieve with branding and storytelling. Both within your organization and through social media. To bind, fascinate and retain young professionals.
Professionals give advice
● Bob de Nijs (Director of Operations, Homefashion Group)
● Pauline Vink (VP Global Supply Chain, Corbion)
● Josine Neumann (Managing Director Retail Europe, Fluiconnecto)
● Henk Venema (CEO Benelux, DHL Global Forwarding)
● Daniel Uijtdewilligen (Director International Transport, Jan de Rijk Logistics)
● Liane Philipsen (European Director Warehousing, Mainfreight Europe)