Even with the well-documented benefits of a diverse workforce, some hiring managers are unsure how to attract diverse candidates.
With some attention to recruiting practices, attracting and retaining older workers to ensure a generationally diverse work environment is attainable. It might even help with the labor shortage.
The pandemic has highlighted our reliance on technology. Companies hiring for technology positions find that job seekers in 2022 are looking for more flexibility, work-life balance, and transparency.
As this year winds down, we look back on some of what we shared. Renewables, cleantech, the pandemic, the talent shortage, working from home, all impacted how we lived and worked in 2021, and will have lasting consequences in 2022.
Hiring managers can determine how to input information into AI recruiting tools that will result in near zero bias and give them the best chance to hire the right talent.
DEI will be a major concern for companies in 2021, and recruiters can help eliminate bias in job descriptions, interview processes and other areas in the search for the right talent.