We’re putting accessibility on the agenda!
Discovers ways you can challenge your recruitment process and tap into the pool of wonderfully skilled individuals that can take your organization to the next level. Many of these individuals are highly educated, skilled and eager to work but make up one of the most unemployed or under employed groups in New Zealand. Sarah Mitchell and Bonnie Mosen will dispel some commonly held myths about hiring blind, low vision, or deaf/blind workers, engage in a frank discussion on how BLVNZ works with recruiters on tapping into this talent pool of job seekers, and answer any questions.
Supporting Parents – from Toddlers to Teenagers and Beyond
In this session we will cover three broad timeframes of the parenting journey: from pregnancy to toddler stage, school years including teenagers, and the caring responsibilities beyond. We’ll consider some of the ways your business can provide support across those stages and discuss some of the common challenges that many parents face during those times.
EMPOWER HER: Celebrating womens suffrage day with progress and empowerment
This webinar commemorated the remarkable journey towards gender equality and celebrate the relentless spirit of women who fought for their voices to be heard. You’ll hear from empowering speakers who will explore the impact of suffrage, its repercussion in today’s society, and the ongoing work for complete inclusivity.
Closing the Pay Gap with StrategicPay
Learn all about pay gaps with this insightful webinar that will cover:
- Pay gap definitions,
- benefits of reporting pay gaps,
- how to analyse pay gaps,
- an overview of Strategic Pay’s research into pay gaps
Brain Badge Certification with Rich Rowley
This Toolkit session with Rich will give you a better understanding of The Brain Badge certification process – the world’s first Neurodiversity Education Programme.
Hear how Brain Badge takes organisations on a journey of discovery, empathy, opportunity and joy – all with the vision of making the workplace a welcoming one for our neurodiverse children and employees of the future.