10 Ways to Reduce Interviewer Bias
Interviews are our most decisive forms of candidate assessment—yet they're poor predictors of performance, because they’re exchanges between human beings, with all our biases. Here's how to reduce that bias for better, more equitable hires.
Think Diversity is a “Pipeline Problem”? Look to Your Process Instead.
The "pipeline problem" is a myth we maintain so we don't have to look at the biases in our own hiring processes. It's time to look elsewhere.
Diversity Sourcing Strategies: Webinar Follow-Up
Last week, Gem’s Recruiting Program Manager Georgena Frazier led a webinar on Diversity Sourcing Strategies. Here's the Q&A from that event.
Example Outreach for Diversity Recruiting Initiatives
Underrepresented talent will be looking for cues about your commitment to DEI in your messaging. Here are 3 examples of diversity recruiting outreach.
4 Steps Talent Leaders Can Take for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Given their role, talent leaders have an especially important part to play in a company's diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. Here's how.
Webinar Follow-Up: How TA Leaders Can Drive Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Aubrey Blanche recently discussed how companies can redesign systems to build balanced teams with proportional representation. Here's the webinar Q&A.
How Will Black and Underrepresented Talent Know They’ll Feel Safe Working for Your Org?
Diversity isn’t about quotas; it’s about lives. Here are the cues underrepresented talent will be looking for that show your org is a safe place to land.
Creating an Inclusive Job Description
Writing an inclusive job description may demand recruiters and hiring managers reexamine what a job description “looks like.” Here are 7 tips for doing so.