How to Change Your Biased Blind Hiring Process

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Humans are problematic–it’s been proven over and over again. When it comes to hiring, those problematic hominids can get in the way of the talent decision making, especially in terms of diversifying the workplace.  Talent pools need to be more reflective of the world we live in, but that doesn’t mean everyone you hire is […]

A Seat at the Table

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It should come as no surprise that diversity and inclusion have become popular buzz words over the last few years, especially in the talent space. Companies should reflect what our world looks like, which seems like a no brainer, but time and time again, we read about big companies in the media doing some really […]

The Link Between Diversity and Creativity

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A world devoid of colors, textures, and flavors would be a world without inspiration, taste, and beauty. Diversity of thought creates those colors, textures, and flavors. It also creates profitability through creativity and innovation, extends companies’ reach, and creates opportunity for their teams. But what is diversity, really? Diversity in the workplace can look like […]

The Candidate You Want and the Millennial You Need: Ditch The Boring Behavioral Questions

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In part one of The Candidate You Want and the Millennial You Need, we had a myth-busters session to set the record straight on all of the #FakeNews surrounding Millennials in the workforce. Now we’re offering up tips on how to ditch those boring behavioral questions and helping you navigate what to ask instead. Don’t […]

Walmart’s Recruitment Marketing Mic Drop

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Millions of people who tuned into the NFL’s first Sunday of the season got to witness Walmart’s crazy smart recruitment marketing move… but I’m getting ahead of myself here. Let’s start at the beginning and unpack all of the information before we really dive into this strategic messaging. Fun Fact: This week we are celebrating […]