How Legal & General and the NHS removed barriers and bias in their recruitment

Diverse hiring and the removal of barriers in hiring practices is a critical component of building a thriving and inclusive organisation.

Join our webinar to learn how Legal & General and the NHS audited their recruitment processes for bias, eliminated barriers, and drove meaningful change in their organisations. This session will offer:

  • First-hand insight into how L&G and the NHS did it
  • Advice on how to mitigate bias in your hiring process
  • Valuable, practical tips to implement now
  • A clear understanding of the next steps to drive meaningful change

Watch on-demand now!

Carly Perry

Carly is a recognised leader in Talent Acquisition in Financial Services, currently heading up the Talent Acquisition function at Legal and General.  Prior to Legal & General, Carly was responsible for building the Talent Acquisition function from scratch at Metro Bank. An ambassador for D&I - passionate about giving everyone an equal opportunity to have a career in Financial Services.


Arfan Bhatti

Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Kings College NHS Foundation Trust

Arfan leads projects that aim to turn the EDI ambition of one of the country's largest teaching hospitals into meaningful changes. Arfan's notable achievements include developing and implementing King's first Roadmap to Inclusion, which is set to create real, lasting improvements in the areas of diversity, equity, and inclusion.


Pip Wells

Diverse Hiring Manager, Resource Solutions

Pip has a wealth of experience in driving inclusivity and diversity in client advisory programs. Pip's clients benefit from her deep-dive reports and actionable recommendations for improvement, leading to more inclusive recruitment processes and, a more diverse and responsive workforce. Pip's work has been recognised by the European Diversity Awards, OnRec, Reuters Responsible Business Awards, and many others.

Tom Lakin

Consultancy Practice Director, Resource Solutions

Tom leads the Consultancy practice at Resource Solutions and has advised clients on minimising bias in recruitment since 2015.  Tom has an MA in Career Development, specialising in the career journeys of under-represented individuals and studied Business Sustainability management at the Institute for Sustainability Leadership, University of Cambridge.