Gender Diversity Hiring
Recruit & attract a workforce that is reflective of the community you serve. We help to ensure a targeted process for gender hiring creates a balanced gender workforce.
Our ability to know markets, think laterally and solve people problems during the process of diversity hiring. We build an accurate picture of the talent landscape which takes more effort than a LinkedIn Search. We look at other communities such as forums and social networks where the kind of people you’re looking for may be gathering. We look into include professional associations and even social groups, such as those on Meetup.com, which may attract people with the skills you need.
What is Diversity Hiring
Recruit and attract a workforce that is reflective of the community that we serve. We help to ensure targeting gender hiring creates a balanced gender workforce.
Mapping Future Diversity Hires
The key benefits gained by drawing on market maps linked to:
Hiring diverse and hard to find people. A hard-to-fill role or a niche skillset can mean you are hunting for a ‘needle in a haystack’. A market map can be invaluable in helping to focus your search in the right areas to find the talent you need. Market maps can also play a key role in locating diverse talent that may otherwise be hard to find.
Recruit faster and more efficiently. By encouraging proactive recruitment, market maps can help you to reduce time-to-fill and drive down cost-per-hire by limiting dependence on agencies and executive search firms.
Competitive hiring. By providing competitor insights, including information on what people are responsible for in their roles and how they set up their teams, market maps can help you target your rivals’ talent, particularly for high-level roles.
Being Proactive and have the knowledge of the market before you start sourcing allows you to take a proactive approach to recruitment. Do you need to expand your geographic range or look at businesses outside of your industry to find the talent you need? You’ll already know where you should be looking and when, rather than searching for answers once you’ve already started.