We have formed strategic partnerships with a number of organisations and causes who all align with and support our own passion and mission, that is: helping organisations become more equitable, diverse and inclusive.
Our strategic partners include:
APSCo (The Association of Professional Staffing Companies) is the only membership body dedicated to representing excellence in the professional recruitment industry.
Re-humanising the workplace. The Mindful Business Charter is an organisation we have partnered with that promotes better mental health and wellbeing in the workplace. As a member, we encourage 4 main principles:
We recognise that prioritising employee mental health isn't a tick box exercise. Support Room offer a mental health and financial wellbeing support platform that combines on-demand mental health support powered by data-driven insights.
As the leading D&I recruitment business, we work with RIDI to create disability confident recruiters by raising awareness, removing barrier in order to help reduce the UK disability employment gap. We aim to build disability confidence into recruitment process, employment strategies and campaigns.
Loop Not Luck was built with the mission of improving social mobility across the United Kingdom, by connecting underrepresented candidates to tailored career opportunities. Of their tens of thousands of candidates, 71% are female, 92% have a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic background and 68% have a Lower Social Economic backgrounds.
Diverse Talent Networks is a private community for inclusive people who want to take meaningful action, diversify their network and create a more equitable future for all.
Emplomind was born out of experience and passion for changing the world - starting with employees' peace of mind. They want people to thrive at work rather than burn out. They want mental health to be treated seriously. And they believe that happy people build strong organisations.
Clusivity's vision is to create a world where people from marginalised groups are able to flourish. To do this, they use data to drive organisations to build more diverse and inclusive workplaces.