A staggering 95% of major U.S. corporations say that it’s harder to find workers for open positions now (and 84% of corporations around the world say the same)
Add to the topsy-turvy COVID/post-COVID employment world the blooming number of millennials in the workforce – a group of people to whom job-hopping is second nature – and it’s no wonder that HR managers and organizational leadership everywhere are having hiring headaches.
However, there’s an important differentiator that the best companies should look at in order to stand out in a crowded marketplace: diversity, equity, and inclusion programs.
How DEI Programs Make a Difference in Hiring
When the talented minds of the next generation scan job sites, LinkedIn, or emailed job postings, they’re looking beyond the numbers (salary, vacation days, insurance, etc.) and digging deep into the companies themselves to get a sense of what they’re all about.