The fact is that your Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) goals will likely never be met without a clear picture of how your hiring process impacts diversity and inclusion recruiting efforts. This recorded webinar, “Does Your Hiring Process Impact Diversity Recruiting,” shows exactly how your candidate experience is not the same for different diverse candidate segments. And therefore, your diversity and inclusion recruiting efforts need to align around how these groups’ experiences vary, why they vary, and how to optimize your candidate experience to meet their needs.
A Deloitte study recently found that 90% of CEOs say Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) is a strategic goal for them in the next 12 months and they are prioritizing Talent Recruitment. Seventy-two percent agree that investing in DEI data and analytics is critical. On top of that, Glassdoor has found that 67% of active and passive job seekers say diversity is an important factor in evaluating companies.
Any way you look at it, there is corporate will and candidate desire to focus on diversity and inclusion hiring and recruiting leadership is/should be hyper-focused on the issue.
Given the reported CEO urgency around diversity recruiting, the webinar explores what you would say if your CEO asked which parts of your talent acquisition process promotes diversity and which part suppresses diversity?
Candidate Experience Analytics Drive Diversity and Inclusion Recruiting
The webinar breaks down how to structure a feedback program around the key stages of your recruiting process:
- Digital experience (career site)
- Application experience
- Phone screen experience
- Interview experience
- Offer experience
Chances are, the people, process and technology that support these stages do not work equally well for all your candidate segments. So this webinar shows you how you can understand how well tuned your hiring process is for all candidates, then it shows you how you can discover how well tuned your process is for diverse segments.