As we celebrate Black History Month, we are reminded of the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in our workplaces. We are also reminded of the work that still needs to be done to create a more equitable and just society.
When speaking to TA and HR leaders about their company's employer brand strategy, there is no topic that comes up more than DE&I and the effects employer branding can have on your efforts to attract a more diverse workforce. Unfortunately, most companies aren't yet incorporating their goals around
Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) are increasingly important topics in the business world, and many companies are making efforts to improve their DE&I initiatives. However, despite these efforts, many companies still struggle to implement meaningful change in this area.
Younger generations of workers, in particular, demand that employers create a fair environment for everyone. As a result of these priorities, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion efforts in the workplace matter more than ever before. Companies need to develop and implement equitable processes like
Juneteenth is a company-wide holiday we celebrate at Proactive Talent.
SOURCING DIVERSE CANDIDATES IS CHALLENGING! Diversity and Inclusion is a popular conversation topic in Corporate America these days due to social awareness and bottom-line benefits. It has been well-established that companies with talented employees from a multiplicity of backgrounds consistently
DEI initiatives are important because they address underlying needs for equity in the workplace. This is generally what comes to mind when arguing for DEI plans in the workplace. A few statistics reveal that the American workplace overall has multiple issues to be addressed.
"Building an Authentic and Scalable DEI Strategy" is the first in a special series of podcasts for Founders, Talent Acquisition Leaders and HR Leaders who are in a rapidly growing and evolving organization and are constantly looking to elevate or even build their DEI strategy and culture.