Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: Closing the talent gap in Life Sciences
In this webinar we will seek to explore the possibilities of attracting, enabling and retaining a diverse workforce as well as the challenges we face in a unique sector. We have invited three business leaders from across the sector to unpick some of the successes, ideas and existing issues faced in the UK Life Science labour market.
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SpeakersGuest Speaker: Uday Bose, Managing Director, Boehringer Ingelheim UK & Ireland Uday Bose is a highly experienced and successful leader in the pharmaceutical industry within the human pharma sector, with over 25 years’ experience spanning General Management, health economics, sales and marketing roles with National (UK/Ireland), Regional (EMEA) and Global accountability. Uday graduated from Brunel University with degrees in MSc Finance & Investment (1998) and a BSc (Hons) Economics (1997). He obtained his MBA from Keele University in 2006.
Guest Speaker: Gus Romano-Jackson, Head of HR, Legal and Compliance, Sumitomo Chemical UK Gus Romano-Jackson is the Head of HR, Legal and Compliance at Sumitomo Chemical UK. He has a Master of Laws from Harvard and an MBA from the London Business School. Hosted by: Bolu Faseun, UK DE&I Manager, PageGroup Having previously worked as a Recruitment Consultant across various industries, Bolu recently transitioned into a Diversity & Inclusion role. During her years as a recruiter, she encountered clients struggling to embed D&I in company values and candidates from minority backgrounds who were forced to seek new opportunities due to the challenges they faced in the workplace; which included discrimination in the recruitment process, being overlooked for promotion/pay rises, lack of training or support etc. In her current role as a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion lead, Bolu is able to be part of the driving force that ensures underrepresented groups are represented fairly in the recruitment process as well as helping organizations recognize the importance of a diverse and inclusive workforce.