Indeed and The Peers Project launch diversity and inclusion podcast

By AdNews | 25 August 2021

Job site Indeed has partnered with Australian podcast agency, The Peers Project, to launch a diversity and inclusion series, Hire Potential with Indeed.

The podcast delves into the way some of Australia’s most innovative leaders and companies are working to build welcoming workplaces that are diverse, inclusive, accessible, and open to all employees.

Hire Potential with Indeed explores the obstacles and opportunities companies of all sizes are currently facing to find and hire top talent, and how we can learn from each other to create the best opportunities for job seekers and employees.

Jay Munro, Senior Manager of Country Marketing, Australia, at Indeed: “Building diversity and inclusion isn’t a one-time action, it needs to evolve and be continually reviewed and reinforced by leaders.

"In Hire Potential with Indeed, we speak with businesses who are committed to fostering workplaces that are rich in diversity and truly inclusive and hope that their stories and lived practices will inspire other employers to create safe environments in which all employees feel comfortable to be their true selves at work.”

Michelle Akhidenor, Chief Executive Officer of The Peers Project: “We are proud to partner with leading job site, Indeed to facilitate important conversations about diversity and inclusion in the workplace and know that company executives and industry leaders alike will be able to learn, find inspiration and enjoy listening to the podcast."

The Hire Potential with Indeed podcast launched this month. To hear the podcast, visit Podcast apps, Apple Podcast and Spotify, or The Peers Project website.

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