Use These 18 Job Boards to Keep Compliant

TalentCulture

Job boards remain an excellent way to engage talent, especially diverse candidates. Contractors must ask job candidates to self-identify if they are a protected class in order to demonstrate their outreach efforts using annual published hiring benchmarks. IMB Diversity.

Seven Steps to Meaningful Diversity and Inclusion Metrics

i4cp

When it comes to this concept, the success of diversity and inclusion (D&I) programs is no different. A lot of D&I practitioners may gleefully note that there is no lack of metrics in the diversity and inclusion space—but which will move the needle on performance? Magazines, consulting companies, and a host of other groups use their own metric systems to determine who will get recognition awards and ascend to the top of their employer of choice lists.

Using Goals to Unite

New to HR

With a work force shown by TIME magazine to trust no one else but social media, accessing the power it holds over their spot on a team is irreplaceable. Corporate Human Resources Capabilities diversity Goal Orientated HR New to HR

3 ways to build job candidates’ trust through transparency

Insperity

Since taking a new position can require a leap of faith, they want to understand and align with your organization – from your commitment to diversity and fair pay to your dedication to corporate responsibility. Diversity report. The first type of report you should consider creating is a diversity report. Diversity is important to employers because it’s the catalyst for innovation. Applicants today demand transparency.

INTERVIEW: Philip Morris International’s Charles Bendotti on Emerging Contemporary Workplace Culture

HR Digest

While most corporate cultures are focused on engineering the most common goal of every business, some employers are repositioning their cultures to address social inequality as well as drive diversity & inclusion. When we talk about subcultures, we of course, need to consider diversity and inclusion. This article first appeared in the April 2019 issue of The HR Digest magazine.

Build a Global Recruiting Machine Like This Top HR Executive

Spark Hire

Before we get started, a few things to know about Brad, he was named in the Top 25 HR Executives under 40 by Workforce Magazine, and the #1 corporate recruiter in America by theladders.com. Just to give you context, the industry benchmark, 45% is about the top 99th percentile of the curve.