October 18, 2017

How to Build Diversity Hiring into an Existing Process

We’ve discussed why things such as diversity and inclusion are so important in the workplace, and we’ve talked about how you can improve diversity factors within your own team. But what about your current hiring practices? After all, experience and brand start at the beginning of the candidate funnel; when they first interact with your company. In fact, 75% of job seekers consider an employer’s brand before even applying for a job.

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Diversity, diversity hiring, Quality of Hire

October 10, 2017

70+ Expert Insights into Diversity Recruiting

An increase in revenue, better job performance, a trusted employer brand and increased customer base are just a few of the benefits of a diverse workforce. Did you know 67% of current job seekers said that a diverse workforce is an important factor when seeking out an employer? This means that diversity-conscious recruiting has become crucial to attracting top talent. We’ve gathered over 70 tips from around the web to help you cultivate a diverse workforce and ultimately improve your employer brand.

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Diversity, Recruiting & Sourcing

October 5, 2017

Resourceful Ways Workplace Diversity and Inclusion are Important to Your Success

Today’s workplace is more diverse than ever before. Racial minorities now make up a little over a third of the workforce, a big jump from even just a decade ago. Not surprisingly, this jump is having an impact on the workplace environment, and in a good way.

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October 2, 2017

10 Diversity Statistics That Will Make You Rethink Your Hiring Decisions

UPDATE 10/2017: This article has been updated to reflect newer statistics found on diversity hiring. For more articles on diversity in the workplace, take a look at these:

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January 29, 2015

What’s the Secret To Engaged Employees?

What group of professionals based on generational age do you think is the most engaged in the workplace? If you guessed the very young and the older age groups, you were right. A recent survey by Quantam Workplace identified the most and least engaged groups in the workplace based on age. Among the most engaged were young Millennials under the age of 25 and Baby Boomers over the age of 66. The least engaged were older Millennials between the ages of 26 and 35 years old.

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