Oxford HR is committed to achieving unbiased gender representation and ethnical diversity in every search assignment. To fulfil this commitment, we have set our own individual target of presenting at least 35% female and diverse geographical representation at the shortlist phase. In all our recent work, we have successfully promoted roles globally to diverse audiences, and have produced long lists, and shortlists, in line with gender and diversity targets. For example, ensuring the inclusion of targeted percentages of men and women from both developed and developing countries.

With many years of experience and extensive global networks, we have a track-record of promoting diversity in its broadest possible sense whist identifying suitable and relevant candidates with the necessary managerial and leadership skills and specific technical expertise. We are actively engaged in strengthening our networks, systems and processes to ensure we are promoting inclusivity at all times in our search activity and throughout our campaigns. We focus effort on targeting under-represented groups and consider intersectionality as one of our own target goals when presenting a longlist of applications.

of our Senior Appointments in 2019 were Women