I am excited to add the Diversity Sourcing designation to my toolkit. With the fast-growing demand for diversity, equality, and inclusion in the workplace HR, Recruiters & Talent Acquisition professionals may want to be aware of unconscious biases and how they play out in their sourcing techniques. 📕⚖️
To truly embrace diversity and inclusion in your workplace, you may want to evaluate your company culture.
Statements promoting workplace diversity only go so far. Employers now need to back up their words with actionable efforts.
📌 Companies can provide diversity training and team-building exercises, provide unconscious bias training to help identify and reduce potential biases and receive reinforcement from upper management.
Building a diverse workforce is not just the right thing to do – it’s the smart thing to do, from a business perspective. Higher revenue, better employee performance, a more trusted, a trusted employer brand, and an increased customer base are just a few of the benefits of a diverse workforce. 67 percent of job seekers say diverse workforces are important factors in their employment decisions. 💭
💡 Six Tips for Diversity Sourcing
1️⃣ Start a plan
2️⃣ Incorporate diversity into your employment brand
3️⃣ Establish relationships with diversity-oriented groups
4️⃣ Change up your tactics
5️⃣ Leverage social media
6️⃣ Be smart with mobile recruiting
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