FOUNDER AND CEO OF GET-OPTIMAL, DANIEL FELLOWS, TO SPEAK AT IHR WEBINAR ON HIRING FOR THE FUTURE AND BUILDING A DIVERSE, INCLUSIVE AND EQUITABLE WORKFORCE

October 25, 2021
Daniel Fellows, founder, and CEO of London-based Get-Optimal, will be tackling the hottest HR topic – how to achieve true diversity and inclusion at work – in a webinar hosted by In-house Recruitment on Tuesday July 20

Daniel Fellow, founder, and CEO of London-based Get-Optimal will speak at In-house Recruitment’s webinar on Tuesday, July 20 from 10-11 am.

The head of the UK-based global technology company and diversity and inclusion provider whose core product is Job Ad optimisation will touch on the importance of creating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive hiring and recruitment process – and share tips and ideas for building a diversity recruiting strategy because building inclusive teams takes deliberate work.

Daniel will be joined on the July 20 panel by Janine Owen, director of the Crowd at The Talent Crowd – a Manchester-based recruitment agency founded on a belief that there can be a better way in recruitment. Born amid the pandemic, The Talent Crowd utilises their networks, peers, mentors, friends, a human connection, a crowd to find people better jobs, and businesses better talent.

Rounding out the panel is Gary Elden OBE. As non-executive chairman of Get-Optimal, chairman of recruitment consultancy, Amoria, and former chief executive of global recruitment company, SThree, Gary brings over 30 years of experience in the recruitment industry to the webinar panel discussion.

Of the upcoming webinar, Daniel said: “I am thrilled to speak alongside recruitment industry peers on how to ensure your recruitment process is inclusive – not just because it is the right thing to do but because it is the smart thing to do. Research has shown time and again that diversity and inclusion boost the bottom line. Hiring the best possible candidates results in new and innovative ideas and a more engaged workforce.

“All told, companies and organisations need to be diverse and inclusive. Both the moral and business cases are there. So let’s implement some actions and start building a diverse and inclusive recruitment strategy that will result in real, lasting change.”

The ‘How to create diverse, equitable, and inclusive hiring and recruitment processes' webinar will kick off at 10 am on Tuesday, July 20, and include presentations by the guest speakers, a live Q&A, and closing comments before concluding at 11 am.

Every registered attendee will automatically receive a Get-Optimal bespoke Job Ad report which analyses up to 71 different elements of your current live Job Ads, including content, engagement, inclusivity, bias, SEO, and accessibility.

To claim your complimentary ticket, please register here.


About In-house Recruitment
Host In-house Recruitment (IHR) is the largest and most engaged community for In-house recruiters. More than 20,000 members benefit from over 70 events each year ranging from 1000-strong exhibitions and high profile awards to exclusive half-day breakfasts and targeted dinners for recruitment leaders. IHR also produces industry-leading digital whitepapers, webinars, and speaker videos alongside a reviews-based industry supplier directory. Not a member? Join for free today.

About Get-Optimal
Get-Optimal’s core technology optimises Job Ads for diversity, inclusion, and SEO using AI and Machine Learning. Endorsed by APSCo and working with direct employers, staffing agencies, CRMs, programmatic platforms, and SMEs across four continents, customers can be onboarded and optimising their first Job Ads in under 15 minutes.

Our technology partner, The Data Analysis Bureau (T-DAB), is a data science and data engineering innovation company specialising in delivering machine learning & AI at scale. Their industry-leading research into Natural Language Processing (NLP) and AI with Imperial College London ensures Get Optimal benefit from the latest innovation.

Get-Optimal works with direct employers across the UK, US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.