Recognizing Women in Staffing

As we celebrate International Women’s Day, we recognize the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women.

This year we’re raising a glass to the innovative and inspirational women in staffing and recruiting, recognizing their hard work and accomplishments.

We caught up with some of the most influential female recruitment leaders to find out their thoughts on women in recruitment.

#IWD2019 #BalanceforBetter

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Incredible Insights from Incredible Women in Recruitment


Imposter Syndrome


The Importance of Male Support


Careers in Recruitment


Read Inspiring Stories

The Future Is Female:
Increasing Female Executive Representation in Recruitment


We Are All in This Together –
Leadership Best Practices at Robert Walters [Part 2]


The Experts:
Emily Costello on Women in Recruitment


FutureYou Q&A Part 2:
Embracing Equality, Collaboration, and Wisdom Workers


Don’t Judge a Candidate by Its Cover:
Staffing Leaders Promote Meaningful Awareness of Unconscious Bias


“Don’t be Afraid:”
Strategies to Improve Diversity in Staffing


Explore Empowering Perspectives

Take It from the Top:
Penny O’Reilly on Women in Leadership


Take It from the Top:
Tara Ricks and Leah McKelvey


The Best Advice I Can Give You:
Women in Leadership Share Wisdom That Propeller Their Careers


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Around the globe, the fight to increase female representation continues as women are outnumbered in leadership positions, boardrooms and the upper echelons of business. It continues to be essential that we recognize female leadership and call out the immensely important roles these women play in developing, driving and delivering solutions, work models and value for the industry.
– Subadhra Sriram, Staffing Industry Analysts