How to Source Diverse Candidates

Talent Acquisition

Ensuring workplace diversity isn’t just the right thing to do – it’s good for your bottom line. Companies with a diverse workforce are seen as a more desirable employer, outperform their competitors and achieve greater profits.

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Ensuring workplace diversity isn’t just the right thing to do – it’s good for your bottom line. Companies with a diverse workforce are seen as a more desirable employer, outperform their competitors and achieve greater profits. So where do you start when creating a diverse workforce?

Katie Saba, product marketing manager with LocalJobsNetwork, and James Brewer, talent acquisition manager with E.A. Sween, take a case study approach to the conversation.  The two focus on how to create a smart diversity recruiting strategy. 

Key takeaways from the webinar include:

  1. Why diversity matters in the workplace
  2. How to find diverse candidates
  3. Track your results

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Presenters:



Katie Saba

Product Marketing Manager
LocalJobNetwork

Katie Saba is a Product Marketing Manager at the LocalJobNetwork™. Based on her conversations and research, Katie produces webinars and writes articles on diversity and other employment-related topics to guide employers, employees and job seekers in their professional endeavours.

James Brewer serves as Talent Acquisition Manager for E.A. Sween Company, a food production and distribution business. Specializing in building relationships though community outreach, last year he successfully staffed one plant’s production area without using outside staffing agencies. Not only did James drop the time to fill metrics from more than 30 days per person to an average of 17 days, he formed a pool of local employees who have a vested interest in the company’s and community’s success.

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