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At Pearse Partners we strongly believe in being our own authentic selves and taking ownership of our differences. We become more resilient and courageous when we embrace who we truly are and our lived experiences. Vulnerability is our strength, which empowers us to foster better connections and relationships with each other.
We whole heartedly believe that our people should be adding to our culture, not fitting into it, and we actively encourage collaborative and engaging environments that promotes authenticity and free thinking. We are committed to continue to learn, progress and champion one another.
As a leading financial services talent agency, we have a responsibility to positively impact the diversity, equity and inclusion of the industries we service. We partner with our clients across the UK and the USA to create recruitment processes that will improve DE & I to create impactful change within their organisation.
Utilising diverse Job Boards
This year, Pearse Partners will spend 25% of our advertising budget on job boards and advertising aimed at increasing the diversity of our talent pool across gender, disability, sexuality, age and race.
Collecting and analysing data
We endeavour to collect diversity data on all our candidates enabling us to clearly identify disparities highlighted in our talent pools and act upon them. Doing this, allows us to identify diverse and authentic talent.
Delivering unconscious bias
We recognise that bias starts at the point of candidate application, to address this, all our talent partners and employees receive unconscious bias training, this is lead from the top and role modelled down from within leadership.
Blind CV campaigns to maximise diversity
We support our clients’ partners by providing blind CV’s. Removing data such as names, education and background enables a more unbiased approach to hiring.
To discuss your diversity, equity and inclusion needs, or if you would like additional support or advice, then please contact us, here!