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Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace: How to Create More Inclusive Careers

Paddle HR

But diversity and inclusion shouldn’t be viewed as a simple box you tick on the way to meeting quarterly goals. Nor can it be summed up in a two-day offsite workshop, or a 60-minute on-demand webinar training. To be fair, 2003 was nearly two decades ago.

Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DIB) in the Workplace: How to Create More Inclusive Careers

Paddle HR

But diversity and inclusion shouldn’t be viewed as a simple box you tick on the way to meeting quarterly goals. Nor can it be summed up in a two-day offsite workshop, or a 60-minute on-demand webinar training. To be fair, 2003 was nearly two decades ago.

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The Complete Guide to Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace: How to Create More Inclusive Careers

Paddle HR

But diversity and inclusion shouldn’t be viewed as a simple box you tick on the way to meeting representation goals. Nor can they be summed up in a 60-minute on-demand webinar training or solved for in a two-day off-site workshop. Rather, having a diverse and inclusive culture is a proven strategy that attracts top-tier candidates, retains talent, and positively impacts your company’s bottom line. To be fair, 2003 was nearly two decades ago.

The Business Case For Diversity In The Workplace [VIDEO]

SuccessFactors

Did you know that diverse companies outperform non-diverse companies by 35%? Besides the many financial benefits, isn’t hiring a diverse workforce the right thing to do? It’s amazing that in 2016, we’re still having issues with diversity in the workplace. When people from all different backgrounds come together, they bring different perspectives, information, and worldviews. Workplace diversity research. Diversity examples.

What is blind recruitment – and does it work?

cipHR

Discover why hiding personal details from candidates’ applications helps to improve the diversity of new hires, and how to introduce it to your organisation using an ATS. Blind recruitment is gaining traction as an effective way to recruit more diverse staff. It involves removing the candidate’s name and other identifying factors – such as age, address or location, years of experience, and school or university names – from their application.

Jordan Babineaux: “Responsibility”

Thrive Global

As business owners, managers, or leaders of your organization, you are responsible to your company, its employees, and stakeholders?—?(including For more information, go to: [link]. Our readers would love to learn more about your personal background. Responsibility ?—?As