Google have explained their reasons for stepping up and joining the Graduate Fog Employers Club, our new coalition of fair and responsible employers of young people.
Kerry Lale, Tech Lead, Talent and Outreach Programs at Google – who has attended three of the Club’s four events so far – said:
“The Graduate Fog Employers Club is a fantastic initiative that Google is proud to have joined. We have been impressed by the high standard of the Club’s events, which present a unique opportunity to discuss hiring challenges and solutions with peers from other companies. We’re looking forward to partnering as we strive to build a more diverse and inclusive workforce together.”
In a further show of support, Amanda Timberg, Head of Talent and Outreach Programs – EMEA, at Google, will speak at the Club’s spring panel event in April, appearing alongside Priscilla Baffour (Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion, Financial Times), Charlotte Carter (Head of Student Recruitment, KPMG) and John Hynard (Group Talent Manager, Royal Mail).
The panel event – strictly for Club Members only – is on Wednesday 3rd April (5-8pm) and will be hosted by Channel 4, at their HQ in Westminster. It will be attended by representatives from all our Club Members, including Channel 4, Virgin Money, the NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme, J. Walter Thompson, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, Harvey Nash and Cancer Research UK.
* WANT TO JOIN THE CLUB, AND COME TO OUR SPRING EVENT?
If you work in an HR role for a big UK employer and are proud of your record on recruiting, training and retaining young staff, we’d love to hear from you and set up a meeting. If you sign up as a Club Member by Friday 22nd March, you’d be very welcome to attend our spring panel event on Wednesday 3rd April. For more information about the benefits and cost of joining the Graduate Fog Employers Club, click here