• Date and time: Wednesday 24 February 2021, 4pm
  • Location: Online
  • Admission: Free admission, booking required

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The pandemic has thrown our world into crisis mode - the most pertinent issues of our time have either been exacerbated by the effects of the virus, or sidelined.

Now alluded to vaguely as ‘the events of Summer 2020’, the Black Lives Matter Movement is seen as a major turn in public understanding of inequities in our society. But what has the tangible impact of these events been on Diversity and Inclusion efforts?

The workforce has been turned upside-down; there have been mass redundancies, the introduction of ‘Furlough’ into everyday vernacular, and a UK-wide shift to working from home. Flexi working has been embraced with the advent of home-schooling and caring for family members, yet mental health concerns are at an all-time high.

Cynthia will interrogate these highs and lows and the impact this has had on our workforce now and into the future, post-Covid world.

About the speaker

Cynthia Davis, BAME Recruitment Ltd

Cynthia Davis is the CEO and Founder of BAME Recruitment, and Co-founder of Diversifying.io. As a multi award-winning CEO, motivational speaker and diversity and inclusion specialist, who is passionate about improving equal opportunities for people from all walks of life by encouraging and motivating the next generation of leaders, Cynthia is dedicated to aligning candidates to the right organisations with inclusive cultures that help them to flourish and enhance the businesses they are working for.

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