Women are a key part of a diverse and thriving workforce, yet subtle barriers during the recruitment process can prevent women from getting hired and progressing their careers.

Effective gender-positive policies and practices address such barriers and biases in recruiting and result in measureable benefits for candidates and the organisation, say Ms Kimberly Manno Reott, a Partner for SAGANA Talent, and Sweef Capital Vice President, Ms Samantha Tedjosugondo. From a talent perspective, it simply makes good business sense.

Read more about ways to support women during the recruitment process in this article, part of the Sweef Capital Gender ROITM Insight Series.