In the last few weeks, I have received many notes from HR professionals seeking good diversity recruitment resources. Companies want to attract a wider range of candidates. They want to increase Diversity in their employment brand, talent network, sourcing strategies, and hiring processes.
These are some resources that I have found on topics such as Diversity, equity, inclusion, or equity. Although this is not a complete list, it should help you find some other websites and voices that can help you generate ideas for your talent acquisition strategies.
Defining Diversity & Inclusion in Today’s Business Climate
Engaged employees are a competitive advantage for successful companies. Employees feel included and engaged. Employees who feel included and empowered by the company can help customers solve their problems.
The Business Case for Diversity
Katrina Kibben, the author of this article, shares that there is no formula or spreadsheet to determine human worth. Statistics estimate how many homosexuals are in the world, how many have come out at their workplaces (or not), and how many LGBT people have been discriminated against. What about the business impact? It’s not science.
10 Black Human Resource Influencers to Follow
Are you looking for ways to increase diversity and inclusion at work? Listening to, following and supporting Black voices is the best way to increase diversity and inclusion in your workplace. These amazing Black HR and talent acquisition professionals and influencers are worth a look if you’re unsure who to follow.
Organizations Must Intentionally embrace Diversity
Each organization should have processes and philosophies that are consistent with its culture. The goal is to accomplish something. Organizations can’t state that Diversity is important but then not do anything about it. No matter what the organization may say about Diversity, its actions must support them.
Create an inclusive culture before you recruit for Diversity
People often associate Diversity with race, gender, and other social characteristics. These are characteristics that can be compared to the census demographics. It is company-specific. It is about the deliberate decisions made by the company. There is a lot of interest in Diversity and inclusion in organizations that place talent at the heart of their business.
How to Incorporate Diversity Hiring Strategies and Goals
There is no one-size fits all approach to incorporating Diversity in the hiring process. There are many ways to successfully incorporate diversity and inclusion in the hiring process. ZipRecruiter’s blog discusses the best practices for integrating Diversity into recruitment.
10 ways to attract and hire diverse candidates
Diversity hiring isn’t a trend; it’s a smarter way of doing business in the global marketplace. A diverse workforce is not just a way to get your employer branding approved; it’s a competitive advantage. Kristina Martic, the author of this article, shares 10 easy ways to attract diverse candidates and make your hiring process more inclusive.
5 Steps for Increasing Diversity in Recruitment
Bias can hinder Diversity at all stages of the hiring process, including screening, interviewing, assessment, and onboarding. Some strategies can increase equity at every stage. Diversity hiring doesn’t just concern one stage of a process. It is about belonging within an organization holistically.
The Drive Between People Analytics & Inclusion & Diversity
It is not surprising that Diversity has a strong relationship with financial performance. Anthony Paradiso, the author, discusses the relationship between Diversity and inclusive efforts, people analytics and the bottom line.
5 Things Employers Can Do to Make Minorities Feel At Home at Work
La’Fanique Reed, the author, explains why diversity and inclusion in organizations can be both a blessing and a curse. It is a blessing that corporations are interested in making the workplace more welcoming for underrepresented groups. But there are still gaps. This article will outline five positive actions organizations can take.
These articles have one consistent theme: Diversity and inclusion are not an HR program. It is a way to do business. It must be embedded in the company’s values and accepted at all levels of the organization.