Are you facing trouble realizing the benefits of a diverse workforce? Your recruitment process can be the crux of this problem.
When an establishment remains mindful about hiring people from all walks of life, they're known to be practicing diversity hiring. The aim is to create a balanced society within the workplace such that it becomes a melting pot of culture.
The world has been working for decades to improve our understanding of diversity in our daily lives. From the Civil Rights Movement to the Black Lives Matter Movement, embracing diversity and encouraging inclusion has been a cornerstone of a peaceful and thriving society.
There has been a lot of talk about employee experience in the human resources world recently, but what exactly does that mean?
Over the last year and a half, many firms have decided to establish a hybrid work environment for their employees. This method was initially chosen as a response to the global COVID-19 outbreak. Due to lower costs, increased efficiency, and employee approval, many companies are now permitting both in-person and remote work for their employees.
Women at work make up almost half of the global workforce; however, only 28% of them represent the IT industry (according to a recent Gartner report).
We’ve created a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Calendar for 2021 that you should keep handy for the year to come. This list doesn’t just cover 2021 US Holidays, but holidays and celebrations from all over the world. Let’s get right into it!
91% of the people evaluate the employer's brand through online and offline sources, according to the 2019 survey conducted by CareerArc.
Businesses stress the importance of DEI but struggle with getting the ball rolling. As the gatekeepers of the organization, recruiters play a crucial role in ensuring diverse teams. We conducted a webinar with Val Kirilova, Co-Founder and former COO at Spartoi Group,