Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) hiring efforts are nothing new at most large organizations, but the social justice events of this past year have put initiatives into hyperdrive. Underlying the key cultural moments is the fact that today’s candidates are also demanding a more inclusive workplace.
According to Monster research, more than 86% of candidates globally say diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace are important to them, and 62% would turn down a job offer if it came from a culture that didn’t support a diverse workforce. Despite the fact that most organizations know what they should be doing to create workplace diversity, there’s still a lot to be done to make it happen.
In this guide, Monster’s D&I thought leaders cover:
Lessons learned from Monster’s own D&I journey
What diversity and inclusion actually include
The global struggle of inclusive hiring
Why inclusion matters for talent attraction and your bottom line
A detailed plan for inclusive hiring