If you ask any business professional, being valued by upper management is often a top priority. Often, said value translates into a feeling of belonging in a company or being seen as an essential part of what makes a company great.
In recent years, businesses have worked to unpack the word “value” and what it means in a company's culture on a grander scale, specifically when it comes to effective hiring practices. With 57% of recruiters noting that it is important to have strategies that attract diverse candidates, the struggle for said candidates to thrive at a company is still a greater issue.
Though many organizations note that they are working to fully embrace the concept of diversity, many fail to understand that in order to have the best candidates, an organization has to go beyond the scope of diversity.
Going Beyond Diversity
To begin, a greater part of effective recruitment means reflecting on the hiring process and the importance that the role of d...