Sourcing and recruiting diverse candidates can be challenging. But the smartest and fastest-growing organizations understand that having the best talent from every background is key to sparking innovation and seeing results.
A proactive diversity recruiting strategy needs to have clear goals, the systems to make the goals successful and metrics to measure that success.
New tools and technology are making the process easier for HR and recruiters to boost their diversity hiring programs by building more awareness for job openings in diverse talent pools.
Organizations that use technology and social media to promote their employer brand, and that boost their career sites with information about their culture, will have greater success in reaching the diverse pool of candidates they’re looking to attract.
How is your organization recruiting diverse candidates?
On October 28, Michael Goldberg, director of talent acquisition for the American Heart Association, will talk about how the American Heart Association uses technology to source and recruit diverse candidates at the 2015 SHRM Diversity & Inclusion Conference & Exposition in Boston.
Please join @shrmnextchat at 3 p.m. ET on October 21 for a #Nextchat with special guest Michael Goldberg @SuperRecruiter. We’ll chat about how organizations can bolster their diversity recruiting programs and gain the attention of diverse candidates.
Q1. What diversity & inclusion hiring issues does your organization struggle with the most?
Q2. How can a company improve its diversity & inclusion sourcing and hiring efforts?
Q3. What are some ways that a company can show its commitment to diversity & inclusion hiring?
Q4. What are some of the tools and strategies you use to attract diverse candidates?
Q5. How do you leverage your company’s brand to engage a diverse audience?
Q6. How do you make the business case for diversity hiring and articulate its strategic business value?
Q7. What measurement and accountability mechanisms have you set up to track your diversity & inclusion hiring initiatives?