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Increasing Diversity and Inclusion Through Hiring Best Practices
Diversity and Inclusion are areas in which we can all improve. No one person has all the answers. But when we work together, we can figure it out. If your organization is ready to begin the journey to improving hiring processes, do so with an eye on diversity and inclusion.
D&I has the opportunity to drive innovation, overall employee satisfaction and ultimately, the bottom line of your organization. So what are you waiting for?
Start your journey today. Download our free guide to Increasing Diversity and Inclusion Through Hiring Best Practices.
For more information diversity and inclusion, you can also read Dear Jen: How Do We Keep a Focus on Company Culture?
90-Day Guide and Template to Onboarding Success
Was your desk set up? Were proper team introductions made? Did you get an office tour? Did anyone take you to lunch? Did you shadow anyone?
Think back to when you started your last job. Were you set up to succeed? Your answer is most likely “no”. Only 12% of employees feel their employers do a great job of onboarding (Gallup). But take note because great employee onboarding can improve new employee retention by 82% and productivity by over 70% according to research by Glassdoor.
“Onboarding is a magic moment when new employees decide to stay engaged or become disengaged.”
— Amy Hirsh Robinson, Principle, The Interchange Group
Now is your time to set the standard for your company and beat the competition. Download our free 90-Day Guide to Onboarding Success.
For more information on onboarding, you can also read Sticker Shock: Underestimating Onboarding is Costly.
Beginners Guide to Employer Branding
How to Design a Killer Interview Process
Blog Articles for Employers
We’ll continually refresh this list as we post resources relevant to employers. Also, don’t forget about our other posts on the blog as they may relate to your professional and personal development.
This leads us to the somewhat frustrating conclusion: your strategy should drive whether you should hire a specialist or a generalist. There are corporate strategies that demand specialists to scale specific segments of their strategy. For example, many companies hire event specialists to run in-person and virtual events.
Online reviews are a great innovation. They help us to determine which book to read, if this hotel or that hotel is the cleanest, whether a piece of clothing is true to size before ordering and whether or not we would want to work at a particular company.
Hiring a recruiter can be expensive but making a mis-hire can be even more expensive — as much as 2-3x’s the base salary of the mis-hire.