Diversity Sourcing Strategy: 3 Tactics of Highly Diverse Companies

Lighthouse

In my last blog, I wrote about the importance of diversity and inclusion, the relationship between diversity and business performance , and some best practices for implementing the two in your company. And while the evidence for diversity improving business performance is clear.

Seeking Diversity? Step 1 Means Attracting Diverse Candidates

HR Daily Advisor

As employers are increasingly striving to build diversity in their workplaces, recruiting for diversity is taking center stage. Having a diverse workforce as a goal requires making sure hiring managers and recruiters are committed to the organization’s objective.

Retreat on Diversity? Sure!

Great Place to Work

As we wait to see what a new administration could mean for the country, employers and jobs, it might be tempting to pause or pull back from activities that promote diversity and inclusion. Year after year, study after study has shown diversity improves innovation, brand awareness and client retention, and results in higher revenue and gross profits. For three decades, many companies have been paying lip service to diversity. Making Diversity Work.

When Hiring for Culture Fit, Make Sure You Aren’t Sacrificing Diversity

HR Daily Advisor

In 2015, the Harvard Business Review published tips on hiring for culture fit – less than a year later, the publication featured an article warning that hiring for culture fit can thwart a company’s diversity efforts. Diversity also impacts a company’s bottom line.

Why corporate transparency is giving new impetus to diversity and inclusion

cipHR

Many left it to the last minute, with analysis from People Management magazine suggesting that just 15% of employers published their data in the 11 months leading up to April’s deadline, more than 1,500 releasing their reports in the final 24 hours, and a further 1,500 organisations failing to publish their pay gaps in time. Whenever you have a particular focus on a particular group, there’s always a risk that you stop thinking about true inclusion and diversity”.

Is There Gender Bias in the Workplace?

Reflektive

April 12th marked “ Equal Pay Day ” in the US, a day that unfortunately must remind us that the typical woman earns.79 Fortunately in the tech industry, many companies have made it a mission to right this and ensure that a women with equal skill, background and talent is paid the same as a man. two of the technology companies pressed by an investment firm for more pay transparency, disclosed that they pay their male and female employees equally.

Use These 18 Job Boards to Keep Compliant

TalentCulture

Job boards remain an excellent way to engage talent, especially diverse candidates. One of the more popular means to target diverse candidates is with diversity job boards. List of Diversity Job Boards HR & Recruiting Compliance. Out and Equal. IMB Diversity.

New studies reveal employers’ efforts to improve workplace inclusion aren’t paying off

cipHR

Two recent studies have highlighted persistent failings in employers’ efforts to improve diversity and inclusion in the workplace, particularly for people from minority ethnic backgrounds and LGBT+ workers. Related: Five reasons why diversity and inclusion at work matters.

New studies reveal employers’ efforts to improve workplace inclusion aren’t paying off

cipHR

Two recent studies have highlighted persistent failings in employers’ efforts to improve diversity and inclusion in the workplace, particularly for people from minority ethnic backgrounds and LGBT+ workers. Related: Five reasons why diversity and inclusion at work matters.

Sexual Harassment: The Workplace’s Dirty Little Secret

HR Daily Advisor

Gender inequality in the workplace has gotten better over the years, but it’s still a far cry from giving men and women equal opportunities. It’s hard to know where to start fixing such a big problem, but a good place to focus is gender equality in the workforce.

3 Must-Read Digital HR and HR Tech Articles of September 2018

Digital HR Tech

The top articles of September feature a business case for onboarding automation, an article on the pipeline opportunity for diversity in tech, a piece on the importance of hiring for soft skills, and a video with our experts explaining what excites them about Organizational Network Analysis (ONA).

5 Tips for Removing Unconscious Bias Towards Female Assignees

HR Daily Advisor

Gender equality is an area that continues to be a significant blind spot and unconscious bias in the workplace; negatively influencing women in many ways, including the number of females that go on international assignments. HR Management diversity gender gap leadership women

These Three Women Are Making Herstory as Workplace Warriors

Cornerstone On Demand

Even today, as a growing number of companies claims to have committed to improving their gender diversity, women constitute a mere 22 percent of C-Suite executives, and only 4 percent of those roles belong to women of color.

Using Goals to Unite

New to HR

By focusing everyone’s purposes on the achievement of a common purpose, a certain value is placed on the entire unit working together equally to make the results. Corporate Human Resources Capabilities diversity Goal Orientated HR New to HR

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. Philip Morris International (PMI), manufacturers of one of the most popular cigarettes brand Marlboro, is not only an EQUAL-SALARY certified employer, but pioneering the way to a smoke-free future.

The Top CEO Concern Today: Speed of Change

HR Bartender

At Dropbox, managers are held accountable for attrition, hiring, diversity, engagement, etc. So, results are important, but methods are equally important. I’ve always read that the number one concern of CEOs is recruiting and retaining talent.

HR Most Influential 2013 ~ HR to HR 2.0 and Human Capital (HCM)

Strategic HCM

Well, its not a result of my recent blogging - or lack of it - but I am pleased to have been included in HR Magazines long list of Most Influentials again this year. HR Magazine want to know who from this lists you regard as influential and why. skip to main | skip to sidebar.

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Paradigm for Parity® Coalition’s 5 Actionable Steps to Gender Equity

Visier

Perhaps this is due to broader talent pools, improved quality of decision-making, and innovation due to diversity of thought as suggested by a McKinsey Report. I certainly saw this first-hand with my own experience in building a diverse team. After five years of hard work, I’m proud to say that my business line was made up of 40% diverse individuals when I left–and we did not sacrifice quality one iota! Instead, prioritize diverse candidate slates and decision-making panels.

Internal recruitment: right or wrong? ~ HR to HR 2.0 and Human.

Strategic HCM

One of my readings today has been an article in HR Magazine: ‘Internal Recruitment: Right or Wrong?’ This one will also feature Isabella Hung at TMS, Lee Moody from Rank, Matthew Jeffery from Autodesk, Marilyn Davidson from APSCo and Steve McNally from The Equality Law Group.

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Want to Retain Women Leaders? Look Beyond Maternity Leave

HR Bartender

They’ve been consistently included in FORTUNE Magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work for in America. Not only is offering the benefits important, but making them easy to access is equally imperative.

Blind Hiring in 2019

Astron Solutions

In the United States, laws such as the Equal Pay Act and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 help to ensure that hiring practices are fair and balanced. Increased organizational diversity and inclusion leads to greater organizational success.

A Proud Stroll Down Memory Lane On International Women’s Day

SAP Innovation

From my perspective, few have fought harder to make this a day worth celebrating than Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) founder and equal rights pioneer, Billie Jean King. Her win signified that, while women and men are not the same, they are equal in capability and deserved equal rights. Named one of the year’s most influential women by Time Magazine in 2014, Li follows in the footsteps of King herself, whom CNN declared one of the most influential in history.

Understanding Millennials in the workforce

Vantage Circle

However, different studies, magazines, and websites place millennials in slightly different age ranges. According to Newsweek magazine, the Millennial generation was born between 1977 and 1994. Pushing Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace.

Global 100 Organizations: Setting The Gold Standard for Sustainability

WeSpire

Toronto-Based clean energy magazine, Corporate Knights just released their 2017 Annual Global 100, which identifies companies that have scored exceptionally well based on specific sustainability and diversity KPIs.

Building Blocks of Great Performance Management: 3 Common Goals

Achievers

As diverse as organizations are (and as diverse as their PM solutions should be) it is helpful to anchor our thinking within a basic framework. It’s important to note that ‘equally’ and ‘equitably’ are not the same thing.

Key to Success: Piecing Together A Top Notch Personal Board of Directors

Everwise

Magazine notes , “I’ve met a half dozen true connectors in my life and without them, I would not have had as much success. This is a board position that could be executed equally well by someone senior to you or by one of your peers. January is National Mentoring Month.

Speed of Change is the C-Suite’s Biggest Concern

Great Place to Work

At Dropbox, managers are held accountable for attrition, hiring, diversity, engagement, etc. So, results are important, but methods are equally important. For years, the number one concern of CEOs has been recruiting and retaining talent.

The Disturbing Signs That We Have A Long Way To Go In Closing The Workplace Gender Gap

cfactor

and LeanIn.Org provides clear evidence of how men and women come into the working world in roughly equal numbers, but women immediately fall behind. (And Why is gender equality still an issue in 2018, when we pride ourselves in having modern talent management policies? Make sure your Diversity & Inclusion program gives special attention to eradicating workplace gender disparities. Magazine’s top 100 Leadership Speakers in the world, as well as Inc.’s

Why Workday is a Top Workplace for Women: Q&A with CHRO Ashley Goldsmith

Workday

Workday was named this week to Fortune magazine’s list of the “100 Best Workplaces for Women,” which recognizes organizations that have nurtured positive and strong environments for women to grow in their careers.

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Last Week in Talent - Monday, April 17th

Entelo

In this week’s endorsed long reads, the MIT Tech Review took a look at the fact that no one really understands exactly how AI and deep learning algorithms work , and Hired released a comprehensive report on the state of the wage gap that shows how far we still are from true wage equality.

WIRTW #441 (the “Burl Ives” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

Boomer Bust — Ageism in the Workplace — via Workforce Magazine. Should Employers Ditch Diversity Training? — Survey: Online Harassment Happens To Men and Women Equally — via Evil HR Lady, Suzanne Lucas. Christmas Carol and the Old 97’s are two things that make me very happy.

Why We Talk About Culture Change When We Discuss Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace.

EverFi - HR

This strategy has been recommended by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission as having, “the greatest impact on allowing harassment to flourish, or conversely, in preventing harassment.” Magazine Project on Campus Sexual Assault in 1984, revealing the overwhelming number of female college students who experienced rape.

12 Critical Competencies For Leadership in the Future

QAspire

Leaders will have to pay equal attention to leveraging diversity and draw on multiple points of views and experiences. Equally important for leaders is to re-iterate and reinforce vision, values and strategies.

Hot in #HR: 6 Millennial Secrets, Salary Lies

HRmarketer

Magazine). Trending Topics (Diversity and the 2% Problem, Women Raise More Money). That kind of language is associated with crowdfunding campaigns that, all other factors being relatively equal, raise more money, says UC Berkeley Haas School of Business Assistant Professor Andreea Gorbatai. Advocates for gender parity like to argue that equality is not just about fairness, but also about better business results. Week in Review – Popular Content.

This Is Why Skill Set Isn’t Everything In The Hiring Game

Spark Hire

However, it’s equally important that they mesh well with their new colleagues. If you’ve worked in an office for long enough, you know that you’ll find a diverse blend of personality types who all have to coexist and share the same cafeteria.