We all want better diversity hiring, and if you don’t, then you probably haven’t seen the statistics. So before we get too far into this post, check these out:
- 57% of employees think their companies should be more diverse
- Racially diverse teams outperform non-diverse ones by 35%
- Gender-diverse companies are 15% more likely to earn above-average revenue
- Ethnically diverse companies are 35% more likely to outperform their respective national industry medians
- For every 10% increase in gender diversity, earnings before interest and tax rose by 3.5 percent
You see the point. Organizations who welcome diversity simply do better than those that don’t. Not to mention, employees tend to be more engaged in their roles, too. With all this in mind, we rounded up some great resources from our partners at ClearCompany, WCN and Talent Tech Labs to help you get your organization’s diversity hiring on track.#Diversity hiring tools from @ClearCompany & @WCN_eRec in this #RedBranchWeekly: Click To Tweet
ClearCompany: How to Build Diversity Hiring into an Existing Process
We know diversity and inclusion are critical to hiring a successful team. The challenge lies is in implementing a realistic talent acquisition strategy that doesn’t completely disrupt what is already working. Keyword here is realistic. ClearCompany knows how difficult it can be to overcome those hurdles. They put together this quick guide on building diversity into your already established hiring process. That way you’re seeing a healthy amount of disruption instead of pure chaos. See how here!
The talk around diversity hiring is even more overwhelming for the organizations who haven’t yet created a hiring process that works. How can leaders possibly consider diversity and inclusion when they haven’t yet mastered the basics? WCN understands diversity hiring complexities and recruitment marketing in general. This downloadable workbook will help you organize everything from job descriptions to social media recruitment spend. Read and download it here!#RedBranchWeekly: Get a glimpse of @TheMuse through @kmin's eyes thanks to @TalentTechLabs! Click To Tweet
Talent Tech Labs: TTL Lookback V1: Get to Know The Muse
This one is for the organizations who can already comfortably say they have nailed diversity hiring. Talent Tech Labs had the opportunity to meet with Kathryn Minshew (@kmin), CEO of The Muse. The Muse is a great tool for employers who want to connect their culture and values to attracting and recruiting candidates. It’s an interesting read full of great insight on employer branding and the future of talent attraction. Catch the interview here!
This little bonus article is for those of you who want to get a little inspired by your Twitter and LinkedIn feed. If you work in HR Tech, these are the women who are more than unstoppable – they’re influential. Take a look!Did you catch this recruiting download & inspiring list of #HRTech leaders? Click To Tweet