A New Report Reveals How Businesses Should Address DEI Hiring Efforts in the Post-Pandemic Age

The study explores the state of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace.

By Marcel Schwantes, Founder and CHO, Leadership From The Core, featured on Inc.

Recently, executives have made a litany of commitments to addressing bias, rooting out inequitable processes, and making their work communities more diverse and inclusive.

This isn’t a light undertaking, as diversifying workplaces has institutional, systemic, and foundational challenges.

Take hiring, for example. A new study released by talent cloud company iCIMS and Talent Board, a nonprofit candidate experience benchmark research organization, explores “The State of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Workplace.” Polling recruiters and organizational leaders alike, they sought to better understand how businesses have changed their approach to hiring to better address meaningful DEI needs over the past year.

I connected with iCIMS chief people officer Jewell Parkinson, and Talent Board president and board member Kevin Grossman to learn what the data says about the broader DEI journey and key areas for future growth and development…

Read Full Article Here

Join the CandE Newsletter

Stay up to date on the latest Candidate Experience Events, Insights, Information, CandE Deadlines, Research & So Much More