How to Be a Magnet to Top Talent (VIDEO)
Attracting employees with different perspectives has helped the corporate giant thrive, says IBM's Vice President of Diversity and Workforce Programs Ron Glover. What else did Glover say at DiversityInc's chief diversity officers roundtable?
EY is doing something about the shortage of young Black, Latino, Asian and Native American accountants. The firm is investing more than $1.5 million in a master's program to develop and hold on to this talent.
How is ADP's new veterans resource group and military strategy helping the company improve its recruitment?
ADP is using its new veterans resource group and military strategy to improve recruitment diversity, explains Roland Cloutier, Vice President and Chief Security Officer, ADP, during DiversityInc's Innovation Fest! Best practices include aligning job codes and partnering with relevant nonprofits, he details in the video below. Watch the full video on BestPractices.DiversityInc.com.
Is your leadership pipeline missing out on Latino recruits? HACU's program identifies and trains Latino students who become corporate interns and valued employees.
The Gateway City already has a diverse population, but these seven organizations are driving initiatives to better develop local talent and to recruit nationally to fill in workforce gaps—with a focus on technology.
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Diversity management is paying dividends in Cleveland's economic development, where the Greater Cleveland Partnership and regional companies including hospitals, colleges and utilities invested in underserved communities.
Diversity management is paying dividends in Cleveland, where a focus on diversity and inclusion is driving economic development. The Greater Cleveland Partnership (GCP) and regional companies including hospitals, colleges and utilities invested in underserved communities.