Learn best practices for human-centered recruitment and strategies to create positive experiences and improve research outcomes. Instructors: JENNY LEE, CECILIE LOVESTAM & JUSTINE DIAZ, Generation Focus Overview This video has been edited to protect the privacy of participants in the live tutorial. Recruiting engaged, reliable research participants in the right target group is critical for the success of a study. This interactive tutorial teaches best practices for human-centered recruitment and strategies to create positive experiences and add value for research participants, stakeholders and the recruiters. Attendees will learn a toolkit of actionable strategies to facilitate positive participant experiences that covers: Best practices for human-centered recruitment How to create and execute a recruitment plan Strategies for encouraging high-quality participation Ways to make recruitment practices accessible and inclusive How to implement snowball recruitment: asking for referrals and generating...
Tutorial: Research Recruitment—How to Find and Connect to Participants
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Instructors: JOANNA BEER, CECILIE LøVESTAM & ANNA LUCAS, Generation Focus Learn how to create and execute a recruitment plan, strategies for recruiting quality respondents, practices for engaging and motivating participants, and more. Overview This tutorial was conducted at EPIC2021. Exercises and discussions have been omitted to protect the privacy of participants. This tutorial teaches best practices for human-centered recruitment and strategies to create win-win-win experiences for participants, clients and recruiters. Participant recruitment is a comprehensive process. It involves several activities, including identifying qualified participants, explaining the study to potential candidates, obtaining informed consent, and retaining participants until the study is completed. Finding, recruiting, and retaining articulate and engaged participants in the right target audience is critical for the success of a study. In this interactive workshop, attendees will learn how to create and execute a recruitment plan,...
No One Reason for It: Workforce Diversity, Cultural Complexity, and Staff Retention at BMW MINI
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FIONA MOORE Royal Holloway University of London This case study is based on an ethnographic investigation conducted in 2003 at the BMW Plant Oxford automobile factory focusing on issues of staff retention. The study found that the workforce, as well as being diverse in conventional terms, was also divided in less immediately identifiable ways, and different groups within the workplace had quite different expectations from the experience or working there, and a programme to overcome these problems was developed....