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Small Email; Big Impact: Stamping A Brand On The Candidate Experience

Posted by Joonko on Feb 27, 2020 2:19:54 PM

Telling a candidate ‘no’ is never easy, but the good news is there’s finally a culture developing behind creating positive candidate experiences. With six out of ten candidates reporting a negative candidate experience, we can officially consider this topic a business imperative. Not because it directly affects candidates’ perception but because it also deeply ties into the employer brand. Companies and organizations with strong employer brands see a 43% decrease in hiring costs and are finally realizing the impact of candidate experience and human capital.

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Topics: Effortless Sourcing, Candidate Experience, Employer Brand

Coming Out Black: A Mixed Perspective On Black History

Posted by Tyler Hatcher on Feb 11, 2020 3:34:18 PM

As we celebrate Black History Month, I want to share a different perspective -- my own.

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Topics: Workplace Diversity, LGBTQ, Inclusion, Black History Month, Black History

Lean In, They Said: Recollections Of A Working Mom

Posted by Pe'era Feldman - VP Marketing on Jan 28, 2020 10:46:25 AM

 

When I was still in school studying for my masters in tech management I was one of very few female students. During my time, the faculty was predominantly male, however, I found comfort in one of my professors, a female electrical engineer. This professor worked closely with the US Navy and was a total badass when it came to development, design and algorithms. A true role model who succeeded in areas that many others didn’t even try. A true inspiration in a time where female engineers were considered to be an urban myth.

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Topics: Diveristy Recruiting, Workplace Diversity, Inclusion, Diversity, Motherhood

Diversity Heroes: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Posted by Joonko on Jan 20, 2020 9:00:00 AM

As diversity and inclusion enthusiasts, we often look to the Diversity Heroes throughout history for guidance - those who paved the way with brave hearts and true ambition to create change in the world. Today specifically, we’re honoring Martin Luther King Jr., one of the most historically pivotal leaders in the Civil Rights Movement and a true catalyst for change. Dr. King’s work and mission has echoed loudly and provided a moral and ethical backbone so impactful initiatives could thrive today. And, that's how we do what we do.

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Topics: Pride, Inclusion, Diversity, MLK, Diversity Heroes

Closing The Circle: the business case behind talent retention

Posted by Joonko on Jan 15, 2020 3:24:41 PM

 

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Topics: Diveristy Recruiting, Workplace Diversity, Talent Sourcing, Inclusion, Talent Aquisition

Happy Holidays! I Said What I Said

Posted by Joonko on Dec 24, 2019 11:00:00 AM

 

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Topics: Happy Holidays, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Diversity, Hanukkah

A Salute To National Veterans Day Through Pride and Product

Posted by Joonko on Nov 11, 2019 2:15:41 PM

100 years ago, National Veterans Day was established to honor those who have served our country fearlessly, and historically stands in honor of the veterans of our past and present.

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Topics: Workplace Diversity, Hiring, Talent Sourcing, Inclusion, National Veterans Day, Veteran Sourcing, Veteran Hiring

Halloween Is Great When You Don't Appropriate

Posted by Joonko on Oct 31, 2019 12:13:21 PM

 

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Topics: Diveristy Recruiting, Workplace Diversity, Talent Sourcing, Inclusion, Talent Aquisition, Halloween, Halloween Costumes

13 Shows To Inspire Diversity In The Workplace

Posted by Joonko on Oct 24, 2019 3:30:05 PM

How television serves as a catalyst for workplace diversity

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Topics: Diveristy Recruiting, Hiring, Talent Sourcing, Inclusion, Talent Aquisition, Television Diversity

Who Said Diversity? Growing Up Southern & Straight

Posted by Tyler Hatcher on Oct 6, 2019 9:40:45 AM

One Alabama boy’s journey to finding his pride

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Topics: Workplace Diversity, LGBTQ, Pride

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