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The 2016 State of the Nation report, written by the Social Mobility Commission, named Rare’s Contextual Recruitment System (CRS) as a part of the solution to Britain’s social mobility problem.
The report includes the findings of Rare’s most recent read more
Rare has been proud to sit on the Social Mobility Advisory Group for the past eight months and contribute to shaping its policy recommendations, read more
Voted Law Firm of the Year by Legal Business Awards 2016, Pinsent Masons has a great track record with diversity. It became the first law firm to be named a Diversity Champion on Stonewall’s Workplace Equality Index, and achieved a Silver award in the Opportunity Now gender diversity benchmark in 2014... read more
King & Wood Mallesons and Henry Davis York are the latest firms in Australia to adopt an innovative tool that boosts the diversity of their graduate intakes, just months after it launched in Australia.
Developed in the United Kingdom and used by 35 firms in that market, the Rare Contextual Recruitment System (CRS) enables businesses to view a candidate in context, by offering a more complete picture of the candidate's background, including considerations such as socio-economic background, education and experience... read more
Freeths has become the first regional law firm to adopt Rare’s Contextual Recruitment System (CRS), with its offices spanning across eleven cities in the UK.
Headquartered in Nottingham, Freeths’ focus on diversity is linked with its ethics, but also its recognition that representing the communities it works in is key to both understanding the market, and retaining the most talented employees... read more
Each year, Recruiter names five Game Changers. This year, Rare is one of them.
The Contextual Recruitment System (CRS) was to thank for the win, as it was dubbed as one of the “five products with the power and potential to change the world of recruitment” by Recruiter... read more