How can recruiters prove they are sincere about inclusivity in talent attraction and welcoming LGBTQIA+ candidates, beyond saying, “We’re inclusive”?
Back when I first joined Three Ears Media as an intern many, many moons ago, Kat had me auditing your candidate experience by applying to a variety of jobs. At first, I wondered why I would be the one Kat chose to look at candidate experience.
All impactful Employee Resource Groups have 1 thing in common: they can’t make progress without having hard conversations.
When we talk about a “healthy workplace,” discussions don’t need to be triggering for people with eating disorders at work.
Allyship in the workplace means using your personal privilege to support colleagues from historically marginalized communities. It’s about education and action.
If we can both admit there’s no experience required for your internship, why are we requiring degrees in internship job postings?