Topic: Recruitment and induction
Cygnet Award application (STEM pipeline) – University of Newcastle
The University of Newcastle conducted targeted recruitment and school outreach programs to grow the pipeline of women and Indigenous people in STEM.
RMIT University receives prestigious award for attracting more women and gender diverse people in STEMM
Media release: RMIT received their first Cygnet Award for their work to recruit more women and gender diverse staff in STEMM fields.
Cygnet Award application (recruitment) – RMIT University
Read about RMIT University’s work to recruit more women and gender diverse people in STEMM.
Achievement relative to opportunity: beyond academic promotion
Assessing achievement relative to opportunity (ARtO) enables equity, but its use is often limited to academic promotion. RMIT tries applying it to recruitment.
Murdoch University champions an innovative, equitable hiring approach
Using a new recruitment strategy that puts inclusion front and centre, Murdoch Uni attracted many high calibre applicants for a Pride and Respect Officer role.
Bronze Section 4 – Recruitment
Is recruitment a barrier to attraction in your organisation? If so, which part of the recruitment process needs intervention? In this video, we’ll show you how to look at your recruitment data to answer these questions.
Inclusion starts before Day One: Onboarding
A well-planned induction signals that the organisation cares about its employees’ success. Here are 9 things to do when welcoming a new staff member.
Episode 19: Disrupting the system through women-only recruitment
The University of Melbourne talks about their targeted strategy for recruiting more talented women into their STEM faculties.
Targeted recruitment at the University of Newcastle
Determined to shift the dial, the University of Newcastle used a targeted recruitment strategy to boost women’s and Indigenous staff representation in key areas. Here, they recount their successes, learnings and next steps.
Targeted recruitment for gender equity
Could advertising women-only positions help address the underrepresentation of women in STEM disciplines? Hear about the successes, challenges and lessons learned from the University of Melbourne’s women-only recruitment initiative.