Most organisations are beginning to realise the benefits of having diversity in their team, and that it is necessary to remain successful and competitive among customers and future employees.

The only way to achieve diversity in your organisation is through recruitment!
If we do "what we've always done" and let our gut instinct rule, we won't achieve change. There are many traps to fall into when it comes to recruitment, but there are ways to take control and ensure bias-free recruitment to reach a more diverse pool of candidates. This is what our speakers will share. Most of them are also members of Diversity Charter Sweden.


– Åsa Edman Källströmer, CEO of TNG Group.
Åsa has many years of experience in recruitment and is now CEO of the recruitment and staffing company TNG Group. For many years, she has focused on unbiased recruitment and through this creating a sustainable labour market.

 Alex Berozashvili, Head of Talent Acquisition People & Culture at Dustin
Alex started up the Talent Acquisition (TA) team at Dustin about 1.5 years ago and is currently responsible for both the operational and strategic TA issues in the Nordics. Together with his colleagues, he wants to ensure that they have the right talent inflow for both today's and tomorrow's needs. They help their managers find relevant talent and provide the best possible candidate experience to their candidates.
As the leading IT partner in the Nordics & Benelux, Dustin wants to be the most inclusive company in its industry and contribute to more diversity and inclusion in all countries where it operates.

– David Khabbazi Head of Digital at The Social Few
David is a digital strategist and co-founder of growth partner The Social Few, which uses data-driven insights to work towards a more inclusive Sweden. He has over fifteen years of experience in digital activations in both the private and public sectors, focusing on the largest minority groups in the Nordic region.

His work usually focuses on developing insights about the part of the Nordic population that is often considered difficult to reach and activate - and that should be included to a greater extent: minority groups based on language such as Arabic speakers, Farsi speakers, Somali speaking Swedes and others.

Moderator: Linda Gerdin, HR Manager, Almi Företagspartner.
Chat Facilitator: Tomas Oxendorff, Country representative for Diversity & Inclusion and Employer Branding Sweden, Nordea

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