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.)
1.1 When the Best Person for the Job Happens to Be Diverse
1.2 The Cost of Devaluing Women Executives
1.21 Gender Diversity Dividend | Corporate Success
1.3 Gender Equality in the C-Suite
1.4 The Woman Speaker Mandate: Let Her Speak
1.5 Google Shows Men Ads for Better Jobs
1.6 Silicon Valley Wants Black Coders. What’s The Issue?
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