The phone rings and it’s a new client with a position that needs filling.
“Can you find me a newly qualified accountant? He’ll be about 25 and physically fit to perform stock takes.”
I reply “You do know you’ve broken three employment laws already?”
Ageism, sexism and disability, three strikeouts in two sentences, pretty impressive and this person was only getting started. Every time he spoke he broke another law.
But besides the law breaking aspect of the above example this client is also missing out on the bigger message which is the benefits of inclusiveness in the workplace. But let us first consider what an inclusive workforce means in our modern digital workplace.
It is a veritable minefield for the unwary recruiter or HR specialist. Similar laws exist in most parts of the world.
The list of grounds deemed to be discriminatory are:
- Sexual orientation
- Religion or belief
- Marital status
- Family status
Over time this list will only grow as society attempts to create an inclusive workplace for all. How as a Recruiter can you help your client comply ?
Allsorter has the software that you need to dramatically reduce intentional and unintentional bias. Our software examines all CVs and will present them to you in a bias free format. In other words enabling you to focus only on those factors that are important for the role you are seeking to fill. Allsorter software redacts sensitive information facilitating the elimination of bias.
Finding omitted skills
Allsorter will also deep mine the CVs to find buried soft skills and will reposition them in the CVs to present the candidate in their best possible light.
<h3 “>What will you see after Allsorter’s intervention?
You will see a re-engineered CV with optimised layout for fair and efficient candidate screening.
- Save 15 minutes when tailoring each CV for clients
- Reduce turnaround time for Hiring Managers
Digitise your manual processes with our future proofed technology – start reaping the benefits of Allsorter technology today.
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