Putting diversity at the heart of your talent acquisition.
Parkhouse Bell’s Talent Research solutions are designed to put Diversity & Inclusion at the heart of all Talent Acquisition activities and embed a culture of D&I into all TA operations.
A workforce where everyone is treated equally and respectfully and which reflects the make-up of society should, unequivocally, be at the forefront of all businesses and business decisions.
Not only is it absolutely the right thing to do, it also makes good business sense.
According to the McKinsey diversity report of 2018, companies in the top quartile for female representation on executive teams were 21% more likely to outperform their competition, and companies in the top quartile for ethnic cultural diversity were 33% more likely to have industry-leading profitability.
Parkhouse Bell works with clients to help them understand and address diversity challenges in the workplace.
Where is female, BAME, LBGTQ+ talent located in the market?
What are these talent cohorts aspirations, how are they rewarded, and how can they be attracted?
How does your workforce diversity compare to your competitors?
Have your competitors created an environment in which diverse talent is embraced and facilitated to achieve its maximum potential? If so, how?
Our diversity research enables clients to answer these questions and thereafter, to address them, through innovative talent pipelining and attraction solutions, identifying and engaging diverse talent for immediate and planned future hiring requirements.
Parkhouse Bell is firmly committed to supporting social mobility in the workplace. Through our connections in the Skills & Employability sectors and by working collaboratively with organisations like Kloodle, we champion social mobility for young people, with the aim of enabling young people from a range of socio-economic backgrounds to learn about employability skills, how to address skills gaps and how to evidence the skills that they subsequently acquire. Our clients are encouraged to use relevant social mobility tools and techniques in order to identify and engage with high calibre young talent that has not been able to benefit from the advantages of a financially-privileged background.