5 Tips to Help You Build a More Inclusive Recruiting Pipeline

Whether you’re with a 10-person startup or a multinational conglomerate, one thing is clear: you need to build an inclusive recruiting pipeline. The business benefits of a diverse and inclusive workforce are well-documented — from the bottom-line impact on revenue to greater team creativity and improved product innovation. And job seekers today increasingly expect employers to raise their game when …

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The Top-Rated Workplaces in 2019

The Top 50 Top-Rated Workplaces

Today, almost everyone looks at online reviews before trying something new. It’s an unquestionable part of how we make decisions on everything from where to eat to what to watch — even where to work. 

Online reviews have impacted the world of work, giving both employers and employees alike a line of sight into what companies are doing right — …

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The Future of Industry and Work: A Conversation with Obama Advisor and Bestselling Author Alec Ross

the future of work in a new era of innovation

In an era of nonstop innovation, speculation about the future can be exciting but also a little scary. How will new and evolving technologies impact our lives? Does automation mean robots will replace human workers? Will opportunities cluster in a few tech hubs or be spread around the U.S.? And what can companies and employees do now to …

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The Cover Letter Comeback: Using Disruptive Cover Letters to Find Hidden Talent

disruptive cover letter

These days, finding the right candidate for an open job can feel next to impossible, especially when your hiring managers are asking for “purple squirrels” — aka impossible sets of candidate criteria. 

Do you ever feel like you’re being asked to find a bilingual brain surgeon who will work for  $10/hour? Impossible, right? If so, you’re not alone. 

So what …

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