22 Examples of Awesome Diversity Goals

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We found 22 examples of diversity goals from top companies aiming to boost diversity, inclusion and belonging in the workplace. To make the list, the diversity goals had to be written on their web site or spoken goal by their leadership (e.g. CEO or Head of Diversity & Inclusion (D&I)) in a public forum (e.g. Types of Company Goals for Diversity & Inclusion. What do the diversity goals of these 22 companies below have in common?

Your corporate diversity and inclusion content needs employee stories

Stories Incorporated

We watch a ton of recruitment marketing videos (and not just the ones we create for our clients on the daily), and we consume a great deal of corporate diversity and inclusion content. The key is to uncover personal examples of inclusion and equality from all over your organization.

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6 Ways to Advance Gender Equality in the C-Suite

Workology

When it comes to gender equality in the C-suite, the gap between vision and action is wide. In an October 2015 study sponsored by Weber Shandwick and KRC Research and conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit, 73 percent of global senior executives surveyed believe that women will occupy an equal share of C-level jobs in multinational firms by 2030. Demographics will also play an indirect role in making gender equality in the C-suite a reality.

International Women’s Day 2017: Women in the Changing World of Work

Ceridian

Women in the Changing World of Work: Planet 50-50 by 2030 ”, is this year’s theme, with the ultimate goal of fostering a world where sustainable development is achieved through gender equality and empowerment of women and girls. We’re not only indebted to women and the incredible work that they do, organizations have plenty to gain from a diverse workforce made up of engaged women and men from all walks of life! By: Lisa Bull, VP of People Academy, Ceridian.

How To Recruit And Retain Millennials

SAP Innovation

By 2030, millennials will make up half of the U.S. Surprisingly, despite the potential of remote workplaces to limit in-person interaction, millennials are committed to collaboration, teamwork, and workplace equality. For more insight on hiring employees of all ages, see Workplace Diversity Means Employees Of All Ages. Employee Engagement Future of Work Human Resources Lines of Business SMB employee retention hiring millennials recruiters recruiting talent recruitment

A List of Minority Groups [by %]

Ongig

Many companies are focusing on minority groups as a part of their diversity initiatives. If you want deeper definitions of some of these minority group terms, they are listed in The Diversity & Inclusion Glossary [a List of 200+ Terms]. Diversity Goals for Underrepresented Groups.

Why Internal Mobility Is Key To Building the Workforce of the Future

Paddle HR

Imbalances in the market such as income equality and the ratio of capable talent to high-skill jobs have rendered traditional hiring and recruiting practices ineffective. In the past, this realization would have triggered what we call “layoff culture”, where large corporations look at overhauling personnel through layoffs and external recruitment. We’ve established that internal mobility helps build skilled workers with diverse skill sets.

13 HR Trends: The New Workplace

Achievers - Recruiting

We’ll discuss why HR trends like improved diversity and inclusion practices, flexibility and remote work, and AI in the workplace are taking hold in organizations across the globe. Diversity and inclusion takes center stage.

13 Employee Engagement Trends for 2020

Vantage Circle

DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION IN THE WORKPLACE: Building a global working environment is the need of the hour. To do so, diversity and inclusion must prevail. Companies in the top quartile for racial and ethnic diversity are 35 percent more likely to have financial returns that are above the national median for their industry. (EY). When you have a diverse, fair and just culture, it results in a more innovative, creative and engaged workforce.

HR’s 2018 year in review part two

cipHR

Meanwhile, 10 months on, the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC), released a white paper warning the public sector faces up to seven years of skills shortages. By engaging these types of candidates — either in groups or individually depending on the platform — recruiters can get a sense of what they’re looking for and if they’d be willing to make a change in their careers.”.

Top Workforce Challenges and Trends Impacting the Healthcare Industry in 2020

Achievers - Recruiting

In order to maintain the high level of patient care that many healthcare organizations aspire to, both employee recruitment and retention must become a priority. If this statistic was not alarming enough, other reports show that the United States may have a doctor shortage of more than 100,000 by the year 2030. . Once established, it’s important to make sure the EVP is consistent with everything from your online presence to your job postings to your recruitment process. .

4 Mistakes Most Leaders Make When Managing Millennial Employees

Business2Community Leadership

2020, millennials will comprise half of the American workforce, and by 2030, they will make up 75% of the global workforce. On the other hand, if we don’t figure millennials out, we can barely scratch the surface when trying to recruit and retain them, let alone get the most out of their potential. But millennials, like every generation before them, have their unique strengths – for instance, they are the most educated and culturally diverse generation so far.

The Gift of Uncertainty for Talent Acquisition

i4cp

By 2030, 75 million to 375 million workers will change occupation categories while another 400 to 800 million could be displaced by automation and required to find new jobs entirely. Dashboards are evolving to measure impact of talent long term and D&I recruiting effectiveness. The recruiting skills needed today extend far beyond “being a people person.” Candidates focus equally on organizations’ culture and purpose in their decision to accept a role than compensation.

Future Workforce Predictions: What Can HR Do Today to Prepare for Tomorrow?

Slayton Search Partners

Although it’s tempting – and exciting – to dig into predictions for the global workforce of 2030, it often isn’t practical to look that far into the future to determine our actions today. Thus, HR will be responsible for a thorough evaluation of compensation structures, in addition to their recruitment and retention strategies. How will you address diversity? The candidate and employee experience will be equally important in this process.

A Guide to Strategic Workforce Planning

Analytics in HR

This helps in planning your recruitment pipeline. We don’t know the exact cost of personnel (we can easily calculate this and add it to the model), however, if staffing costs between departments are equal, product line B is much more profitable than product line C. It would, for example, provide a great overview in terms of diversity in internal mobility if you compare this overview for both sexes. Workforce planning is often mentioned – but rarely explained.

Putting the Future in Focus

HRExecutive

Recruiters and hiring managers try to minimize the risk that they’ll be blamed for a bad hire by requiring all candidates to have a college degree, Rowe said. Imagine that, said Rita Mitjans, chief diversity officer at ADP: a safety feature designed to protect people from dying was causing more deaths. Instead, manufacturers paid a steep price for not having diverse perspectives. ADP Chief Diversity Officer Rita Mitjans kicks off the Women in HR Technology Summit.