Stop Checking The Box: Leveraging Your Employer Brand To Enhance Your DEI Initiatives

The last ten years have seen a revolution in how companies think about diversity. The foundations laid by 1960s civil rights initiatives and 1980s multiculturalism thinking have led to conversations at various levels of a company about representation, antiracism, and a company’s moral need to make real change.

This leads to expectations. Expectations that companies would become public about their employee demographics (accompanied by the requisite letter from a leader about how they’ll work hard to do better next time), expectations about committing to diverse interview pools, and expectations about the use of policies and tools to eliminate bias in the workplace.

But for all the passion people have brought to this problem over the last decades, does it feel to you like things have stalled?

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