No Excuses: Finding Diverse Candidates

It’s well documented that companies committed to hiring diverse talent see a positive ROI, but many still believe there is a limited pool of diverse candidates available or have difficulty creating a hiring process that attracts such candidates. Identifying and attracting diverse candidates requires a candid assessment about the underlying biases that exist within recruiting practices, as well as a dedicated and creative strategy.  

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How Organizations Can Build a Plan for Racial Equity

Diversity, inclusion, and belonging are no longer just fancy buzzwords or items on an HR checklist. Two pandemics – COVID-19 and racial inequality – came to a head this year, the former intensifying continued inequalities across healthcare and the economy, while the latter once again brought to the forefront the country’s long-standing history of systemic oppression and racism.  

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The Power of Acknowledgment: Talking Race, Recognition and Reparations with Rep. Lawrence

“Black America is still having our first in so many things. I mean, everyone was crazy with excitement because of got our first black woman to be on a major ticket. When we look at the disparities, think about the families who have the opportunity and access to education. One of the major things that happened in Jim Crow was denying education, denying ownership of property” , Representative Lawrence

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