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The importance of a diverse workforce is widely recognised as a business benefit, but organisations continue to struggle to recruit women into technical roles. Pipeline issues abound, however, companies cannot blame poor recruitment levels on this alone.
Kindly hosted by Autodesk, this WISE Knowledge Sharing Event investigates what companies are doing to attract more women and how the number of women recruited into roles with a strong STEM requirement can be increased. How can recruitment processes and approaches be changed to make a serious commitment to improving gender diversity in tech?
There will also be a tour of Autodesk’s Advanced Manufacturing Facility (approx 45-60 mins).
Nadine Puplampu, Senior Recruiting Partner – EMEA, Autodesk
Nadine Puplampu is a Snr. Recruiting Partner – EMEA at Autodesk located in our Farnborough office, UK. She is a Town & Planning graduate with a PGDip in Transport Engineering and Planning.
Nadine loved to recruit as she pursued her postgraduate degree and decided to pursue this career path upon graduating due to her love for people. She mainly recruits all Technical positions across the EMEA region and has been with Autodesk since October 2014.
Nadine was recently involved in Hiring Manager Bootcamp which is an internal Global initiative to train our Hiring Managers across the world on hiring the best in class talent for their groups. Diversity and Inclusion is at the centre of Talent search to change the mindset from “Culture fit” to “Culture add”. This is part of the Global initiatives to impact our culture as an organisation.
She has been involved in facilitating classes in Paris, Munich, Shanghai with a future class in Barcelona in August 2019.
Karen Brookes, Director of People and Infrastructure, Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd
Karen is an Executive Director with over 30 years’ experience in Human Resources in both the public and private sectors, supporting businesses in the consultancy, construction, retail and sales + marketing industries.
She has led and successfully implemented major business change programmes focussed on creating long term sustainable value through engagement and empowerment of employees and teams.
Deploying teams in some unusual, diverse and hazardous locations across the globe, she has gained invaluable experience in ensuring their safety and security in such locations as Afghanistan, Libya, Somalia and Nigeria, whilst ensuring project delivery for the client.
Karen is currently working with the construction company Sir Robert McAlpine, responsible for People and Infrastructure, including People, Property & Facilities and Marketing & Communications.
Please book your place in advance
This knowledge sharing event is for Core level and above WISE members. Places are limited to two places per WISE member company/organisation (Core, Premium & Strategic Partner levels), subject to availability.
Please note that attendees will be required to provide personal ID to gain access to the site.