Nearly four in 10 respondents said they have turned down or decided not to pursue a job because of a perceived lack of inclusion at an organization, with LGBTQ and racial- or ethnic-minority job seekers more likely than others to report choosing not to pursue a job for this reason, according to new survey findings from McKinsey & Company.
We’ve linked to the survey report and rounded up articles from SHRM Online to provide context.
How Recruiting Can Build an Inclusive Culture
Increasing diversity starts with increasing and retaining the numbers of employees from underrepresented groups throughout the organization, including in talent acquisition itself.
Recruiters can also work toward reducing bias in hiring and promotion processes by appointing “bias watchers,” trained to call out unconscious bias in talent-related discussions.
6 Steps for Building an Inclusive Workplace
To get workplace diversity and inclusion right, you need to build a culture where everyone feels valued and heard.
GPA Minimums May Be Spoiling Your Diversity Goals
Having new graduates provide their grade point average, or GPA, has long been an application requirement for early-career job candidates. But doing so could be hurting diversity recruiting efforts.
Building an Inclusive Culture Comes First
Lever CEO Sarah Nahm spoke with SHRM Online about the importance of working on inclusion before planning diversity goals.
Addressing Racism Starts with Having Hard Conversations
A panel of experts examined race relations in the workplace and fostering more inclusive workplaces during a June 18 webinar co-sponsored by the Society for Human Resource Management and the Association of Corporate Counsel.
How to Develop a Diversity and Inclusion Initiative
The following how-to guide outlines action steps employers can take to develop a diversity and inclusion initiative.