The technology industry has a long history of diversity challenges. Women, older workers, and people of color are especially disadvantaged when it comes to advancing into leadership positions or gaining traction as startup founders.
Environmental, social, and governance factors (ESG) are inextricably connected to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) practices. DEI is attracting significant attention from investors who are now incorporating ESG criteria into their decision making.
Learn 5 ways to make your talent acquisition experience more inclusive to all applicants including folks from underrepresented and historically-marginalized groups. And consider how to follow up with candidates so that you can improve your processes continually.