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The Diversity Recruiting Blog features our posts on The Good Search Blog about the latest diversity recruiting best practices. We say “the latest” because diversity strategies and tactics are improving as companies experiment with what actually works. As they discover what “moves the needle”, our collective understanding of how to best boost diversity is growing.

Getting Smarter About Diversity

That is why we blog extensively about diversity. We do it to track advances in the field of diversity recruitment. Over the years, we have built up quite an archive of diversity recruiting blog posts. For example, we have written about diversity recruiting, diversity talent acquisition initiatives, and diverse talent retention at the senior executive level. We have also reported on the latest studies and research — what consultants and academics are doing to increase our understanding of diversity.

Learn What Works in Diversity Recruiting (and What Does Not)

The Good Search blog author CEO Krista Bradford shares valuable observations from the Diversity & Inclusion front lines. Having led numerous diversity initiatives for global Fortune 500 companies and is now passing along those real-world lessons to you.

She is doing it to ensure that your organization’s diversity efforts are successful . We all want the same thing: equal opportunity for women executives and Hispanic, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC).

Diversity Recruiting Matters for The Greater Good

The Good Search blogs about diversity because diversity matters. Moreover, as a woman-owned search firm, we have lived diversity.  We are an ally.

In fact, on numerous occasions, The Good Search has been named one of the Top 50 Connecticut Woman-Owned businesses.

(If you are a candidate, we invite you to check out our career advice blog posts for the latest tips on how to advance in your career. General questions about executive recruiting? Check our our Executive Search Collection or our FAQs Page.)

Pandemic Risks Gender Equality for Working Women

Pandemic Risks Gender Equality for Working Women

Pandemic Risks Gender Equality for Working Women The 6th annual McKinsey's Women in the Workplace 2020 lays out in stark terms. The progress women have made toward gender equality in the workplace is at risk. This study, conducted in partnership with LeanIn.Org,...

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Gender Equality in the C-Suite

Gender Equality in the C-Suite

Gender Equality and the C-Suite Gender equality does not begin in the C-Suite. It starts during childhood in the classroom. The Good Search is an executive search practice that helps companies boost their diversity at the senior executive level. But we can't get there...

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Google Shows Men Ads for Better Jobs

Google Shows Men Ads for Better Jobs

Google Shows Men Ads for Better Jobs   Before I get to the study that found Google Shows Men Ads for Better Jobs, let's try an experiment. In an ideal world where women make up 50% of the population, every other CEO should be a woman. Of course, our world is not...

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When the Best Person for the Job Happens to Be Diverse

When the Best Person for the Job Happens to Be Diverse

When the Best Candidate Happens to Be Diverse Companies seeking to boost executive diversity frequently will say that they want a top performer who "happens to be diverse". The phrase gets tacked on as a kind of disclaimer. Employers are interesting in recruiting...

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The Cost of Devaluing Women Executives

The Cost of Devaluing Women Executives

The Cost of Devaluing Women Executives   Sallie Krawcheck has witnessed the cost of devaluing women executives firsthand over the course of her storied Wall Street career. Ms. Krawcheck first got her start on Wall Street in the late 1980s at Salomon Brothers....

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The Silence Breakers Beget The Pay Raisers

The Silence Breakers Beget The Pay Raisers

The Silence Breakers Beget The Pay Raisers   Equal Pay for Women 2018 will be the Year of The Pay Raisers. Equal pay is my wish for the New Year. It is an aspiration inspired by Time Magazine naming The Silence Breakers as its Person of the Year 2017. In so...

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How to Support Women Like Bradley Cooper

How to Support Women Like Bradley Cooper

How to Support Women Colleagues Like Bradley Cooper Actor Bradley Cooper has a way of taking a woman's breath away. But now he's topped himself. Bradley Cooper is going the extra mile to support women colleagues. LennyLetter is reporting How Bradley Cooper Is Helping...

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The Latest 2021 Gender Pay Gap Statistics

The Latest 2021 Gender Pay Gap Statistics

Gender Pay Gap Stats in Developed Nations   Newsflash: there's a gender pay gap. Women make less than men in the developed world. (Okay, okay. We know this already. This is just my clumsy attempt at wry humor in face of the latest reminder that we female types...

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Silicon Valley Wants Black Coders. What’s The Issue?

Silicon Valley Wants Black Coders. What’s The Issue?

Tech Companies Say They Want Black Coders   So where Are They?  Bloomberg BusinessWeek asks a simple question about black coders, which it subsequently explores in the must-read article by Vauhini Vara: "Silicon Valley companies all say they want black engineers....

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